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In the news: New research addresses the needs of adults with autism

Dr. Teal Benevides

Dr. Teal Benevides, associate professor and occupational therapist in the College of Allied Health Sciences, was featured on the “Means Report” where she discussed her latest research project, “Priority Setting to Improve Health Outcomes: Autistic Adults and Other Stakeholders Engage Together.”

Benevides’ project, which aims to highlight the health effects of adult autism, recently received$250,000 from the Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement award.

WJBF News Channel 6: New research addresses the needs of adults with autism

Feb. 13, 2017