'Struggle' to find autism schools

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Almost half of parents of children with autism are having to wait more than a year to get their children into the right school, a survey carried out by the National Autistic Society has found.

Max Green, 14, from Compton in Berkshire, struggled in mainstream school but was eventually found a place at a specialist school in Oxford.

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