Currently the average waiting time for a diagnosis is around four years and the new centre aims to get a diagnosis in only six weeks.
A brand new purpose-built autism centre, the first of its kind in the UK, will aim to slash the diagnosis wait time to a fraction of what it currently takes.
The Caudwell International Children's Centre (CCIC) is based in Staffordshire, and opened its doors yesterday.
But it's built by a man who thinks vaccinations cause autism and supports alternative "treatments" not saying that it will be a bad thing but it's quite concerning
That wasn't mentioned in the article I posted. It is indeed worrying.
It wasn't in the article I saw either but I found these and more about it,
It's great people can get diagnosis quicker I'm just worried what they would follow up with
I apologise for posting about this. I didn't know that Cauldwell was dodgy. That should have been pointed out in the article.
Please don't be sorry, it could turn out to be a great place, alot of others have also contributed who aren't as questionable. I just wanted to show the other possible side to it