A telemedicine initiative that serves persons with autism and their families is being expanded beyond the borders of Missouri, where it was developed.

This spring, Project ECHO for autism began expanding its geographic reach to Alaska, Arizona and Nevada, and the initiative soon will also reach Kenya, which is setting up its own service. Organizations in India, China, Vietnam and Uruguay also are working to get on board.

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