NDAD's new assistance program for autism spectrum individuals focus of Prairie Public interview

Posted: Jan 23 2020
NDAD's new assistance program for autism spectrum individuals focus of Prairie Public interview
Prairie Public Radio's "Main Street" program featured an interview segment - available for listening online - about NDAD's new Autism Spectrum Assistance Program (ASAP) Jan. 22.
Ashley Thornberg


Kim Zeeb, NDAD's client service representative in Grand Forks, and Mike Brue, NDAD communications director, talked with "Main Street" contributing host Ashley Thornberg about the program.

Listen to the interview HERE.

ASAP was developed to help families fill some service gaps involving medical travel and respite care when no other payment option is available for them through local, state or federal programs. Get more program information HERE.

 
Kim Zeeb
Mike Brue


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