New Bill Proposes Update to the Combating Autism Act

autism-speaks-logoThe Combating Autism Reauthorization Act (CARA) was introduced in Congress yesterday as an update to the original Combating Autism Act (CAA) of 2006 which will expire in September 2011. 

Under the CAA, the government authorized $1 billion to be used for research over five years.  The research helped improve methods for autism screening and detection in infants and toddlers; identify genes associated with autism that may help with early detection; and develop standard care guidelines, training, and treatments to deal with autism issues.

Supported by Autism Speaks and a bi-partisan senate, the new bill seeks to extend government funding toward autism research, treatments, and planning  for three more years.

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