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Friday, April 15, 2011

UofL Autism Center Dedication Ceremony Today

The University of Louisville’s new Autism Center will be officially dedicated in a ceremony Friday morning.  The center, announced in 2008, was created to focus research, education and care to better help people on the autism spectrum. Officials have called it a one-stop resource.

The center is located at 1405 E. Burnett Ave., Kosair Charities and U of L are partnering to create that location through a charitable lease of a facility at the Kosair Charities Centre. The value of the lease is more than $2 million over the next 15 years, officials said.

Scheduled to attend the 11 a.m. dedication are U of L President James Ramsey; Jerry Ward, chairman of the board of Kosair Charities; Blake Haselton, interim dean of the U of L College of Education and Human Development; Dr. Edward Halperin, dean of the U of L School of Medicine; and Scott Brinkman, former state representative and parent of a son with autism.
Courtesy Courier-Journal.

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