Durham autism advocates and service providers are reacting to Monday’s autism announcement saying the provincial government will be going back to the needs-based program.

It’s been a long six months for Tara stone and her son Aidan, 7, who lives with severe autism.

The child requires 20 hours of intensive therapy each week.

“We have seen the benefits of intensive autism therapy on my son in regards to life skills — skills that lead to him being independent,” Stone said.

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