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New autism center opens in Rochester

By Stephanie Golden, Rochester First

Getting services for people with autism is getting easier in the Rochester area.“It would be so frustrating for a parent that knows nothing about autism,” said Tamika Robinson, whose 4-year-old son Chase has autism. “If they didn’t have these resources it would be just so hard.” Continue reading at Rochester First.

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