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  • Arkansas Autism Partnership Accepting Applications

    The Arkansas Autism Partnership is currently accepting applications for an intensive intervention program for young children with a confirmed medical diagnosis of autism. Children must be between the ages of 18 months and five years. They must also meet the financial and level of care eligibility requirements. This is a statewide program offering one to one intervention in the home for 20 to 30 hours per week. This program is designed to improve the child’s skills in the areas of… Read More

  • CDC Warns Next Few Weeks Could Be The Worst For West Nile

    From the AMA Morning Rounds, August 24, 2012: ABC World News (8/23, story 2, 2:20, Sawyer) reported, “We have news tonight about the explosion of the West Nile virus. Now in 47 states, 41 have… Read More

  • Possible Measles Cases in Northwest Arkansas

    The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) has been notified of 3 siblings (ages 10,14 and 17 years) with presumptive measles. One of the three siblings recently returned from travel to Romania, Italy and Switzerland and… Read More