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Autism Spectrum Task Force Holds Meeting

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 North Dakota's Autism Spectrum Disorder Task Force will be meeting June 30 from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Agenda items include updates on autism registry, waiver, voucher program and on the state education deadline. The meeting will also discuss plans for the upcoming autism conference.

The group invites anyone interested, from across the state, to attend by video at these location:

  • Bismarck- Prairie Hills Plaza office, 1237 W. Divide Ave. Door 2, Ste 1, Prairie and Rose Rooms 
  • Dickinson- Badlands Human Service Center, 300 13th Ave. W., Ste 1, general conference room 
  • Minot- North Central Human Service Center 1015 S. Broadway, Ste 18, conference room 411
  • Williston- Northwest Human Service Center 316 Second Ave. W, conference room B200
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