Many health services are designed for neurotypical people, which can make it difficult for people with autism and other neurodiverse conditions to access offerings, such as primary care and dental care. But more autism providers are looking to tackle this issue by integrating specialized medical care under their roofs. Creating a “one-stop shop” for autism treatment, including medical services for co-occurring conditions, could improve access to care and make for smoother experiences for patients as well as clinicians. However, some specialties may always need to be referred out.
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