Wellbeing Reading

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Farley, M.A., McMahon, W.M., Fombonne, E., Jenson, W.R., Miller, J., Gardner, M., Block, H., Pingree, C.B., Ritvo, E.R., Ritvo, R.A. and Coon, H., (2009). Twenty‐year outcome for individuals with autism and average or near‐average cognitive abilities. Autism Research, 2(2), pp.109-118.

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