Lecture: The American Disease: Assessing Barriers to Care and Community Supports for Somali Refugee/Immigrant Families with Autistic Children

When: Fri., April 11, 12 p.m. 2014

Lecture by Criminal Justice, Social and Political Science instructor Barbara Bruno, Refugee Family Assistance Program executive director Nasra M. Mirreh and Armstrong alumnus Christina Cook. The lecture will focus on research indicating a link between children of Somali refugees and a disproportionate rate of autism. In the Ogeechee Theatre, Armstrong Student Union bldg.

Price: Free and open to the public.

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