Rady Children’s Hospital to open new autism center

By City News Service

A grand opening celebration is scheduled for Thursday night at a new autism center at Rady Children’s Hospital.

The $1 million Autism Discovery Center will have space for research, diagnosis and treatment of patients, and a school.

Children have been using the center since the first of the year. The 11,685-square-foot center is designed to handle 90 kids on an out-patient basis.

There are only two other facilities like it in the United States.

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