Snapshot | About Autism / Spectrum Disorders: Autism and Insurance: What Should be Covered? | Circa August 14, 2008

About Autism / Spectrum Disorders: Autism and Insurance: What Should be Covered?

Lisa Jo Rudy – Autism / Spectrum Disorders Guide
Thu, Aug 14, 2008, 11:01 AM
to me Autism / Spectrum Disorders

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from Lisa Jo Rudy
The costs of autism treatment can be astronomical. Some states are requiring that insurance companies cover some treatments – but no insurance companies cover every possible therapy. Given that the costs of insurance premiums may rise as companies are forced to cover more options, where do you stand on the question – which treatments for autism should be covered by insurance?

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Autism and Insurance – What Should be Covered?
Express your opinion – vote in the poll!

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