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Andrew Kavchak

Retired civil servant; studied at Osgoode Hall Law School; resides in Ottawa with his wife and two teenage children, one of whom has autism.

Andrew Kavchak lives in Ottawa with his wife and two teenage children, one of whom has autism. He studied at Osgoode Hall Law School and was a federal civil servant before retiring last year. He has protested on Parliament Hill for a National Autism Strategy regularly since his son was diagnosed over a decade ago. A video of him addressing the need for a National Autism Strategy is available here.
It's Time For The Federal Government To Show Real Leadership On

It's Time For The Federal Government To Show Real Leadership On Autism

There is no cure for autism, but we've had solid peer-reviewed evidence for decades that Intensive Behaviour Intervention (IBI) based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) can have a dramatic impact on the development of kids with autism. Unfortunately, the treatment is not covered by medicare across the country.
01/11/2017 05:28 EST