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A common concern many parents have
MAPS - November 23, 2012
autism

A common concern many parents have when seeking qualified biomedical care for “special needs” is that the therapies and protocols implemented have no official oversight. Previous education in this field often only focused on attending a minimum number of prescribed courses and never looked beyond to the practitioners’ actual implementation. This is the MAPS difference.

A common concern many parents have when seeking qualified biomedical care for “special needs” is that the therapies and protocols implemented have no official oversight. Previous education in this field often only focused on attending a minimum number of prescribed courses and never looked beyond to the practitioners’ actual implementation. This is the MAPS difference.A common concern many parents have when seeking qualified biomedical care for “special needs” is that the therapies and protocols implemented have no official oversight. Previous education in this field often only focused on attending a minimum number of prescribed courses and never looked beyond to the practitioners’ actual implementation. This is the MAPS difference.

A common concern many parents have when seeking qualified biomedical care for “special needs” is that the therapies and protocols implemented have no official oversight. Previous education in this field often only focused on attending a minimum number of prescribed courses and never looked beyond to the practitioners’ actual implementation. This is the MAPS difference.

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