Conn. bill aims to crack down on bogus autism therapists

02/15/2011 | Daily Stamford (Conn.), The

Connecticut lawmakers have proposed a bill to impose penalties against those who misrepresent themselves as certified autism therapists. "Through this legislation, we are sending a message that the long arm of the law is going to protect these kids," said one of the senators sponsoring the bill. One advocate said the state should go further and create a licensing system for autism therapists.

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