As the number of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder continues to rise, Regis College is creating a program to train professionals in the most common treatment therapy. Next year, the college will begin a masters of science program in applied behavior analysis. The demand for these services increased last year, after a new state law required some health insurance plans to cover the cost of diagnosing and treating the disorder.
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