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Valley Children’s Eases Hospital Experience for Children with Autism

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A typical hospital environment's bright lights, beeping alarms, and strong disinfectant smells may especially distress a child diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, the fastest growing developmental disability in the nation.

"Such an atmosphere can overload the senses," said Shelly Reyes, a registered nurse in the day surgery unit at Valley Children's Hospital located in Central California. "Even a click of a metal door or a baby's cry can seem magnified to a child with ASD."

Prinzing, Monica


Valley Children’s Healthcare

Children's Autism

June 17, 2015

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