Photo Courtesy: Arc of the Ozarks

New Resources for Autism in Springfield

The Arc of the Ozarks has officially opened a new Autism and Neurodevelopmental Center.

Executive Vice President of the Arc of the Ozarks, Tim Dygon, says the community will benefit significantly from the resources at the new center.

The new center will house a team of occupational, physical, and speech therapists, and psychologists.

Dygon says the project cost about 10 million dollars, with 5 million coming from the Missouri General Assembly.