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Georgetown Ministry Center
4
Jun
2012

Autism and Homelessness

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What do so many of our friends on the street have in common? As we get to understand the population and with the help of our psychiatrist, Ron Koshes, we are realizing that autism is much more common within the homeless population.  Here is a very interesting story from NPR about Autism.

http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2012/06/04/154175007/whats-different-about-the-brains-of-people-with-autism?sc=tw

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