Who pays for autism treatment? | July 6, 2008 #AutisticHistory #BanABA

Who pays for autism treatment? An explosion in the number of children diagnosed has parents, insurers and state and private institutions battling over coverage. The case of Andrew Arce is a window into the conflict. By Lisa Girion, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer  July 6, 2008 By the time Andrew Arce was 15 months old, …

Autism Speaks Announces $5 Million to Fund Studies on Genetic and Environmental Risk Factors for Autism  | Feb. 26, 2009 #AutisticHistory #BanABA

Not An Autistic Ally Autism Speaks Announces $5 Million to Fund Studies on Genetic and Environmental Risk Factors for Autism  Combines Two Projects to Research Risk from Pre-Natal Development Through Early Childhood NEW YORK, NY (February 26, 2009) – Autism Speaks, the nation's largest autism science and advocacy organization, today announced that it has committed …

NIH Autism Center of Excellence Network and Autism Speaks Announce Launch of Most Comprehensive Study of Earliest Possible Causes of Autism | June 9, 2009 #AutisticHistory #BanABA

NIH Autism Center of Excellence Network and Autism Speaks Announce Launch of Most Comprehensive Study of Earliest Possible Causes of Autism Leading Researchers Nationwide to Participate in EARLI Study  PHILADELPHIA, PENN. (June 9, 2009) – A network of leading autism researchers from three regions across the country today launched one of the largest research studies …

Archived | Suit alleges autism care routinely denied | Circa July 1, 2009 #AutisticHistory #BanABA

Light It Up Gold & Ban ABA Suit alleges autism care routinely denied SANTA MONICA, Calif. Kristie Sepulveda-Burchit and her husband knew something was wrong when their son Aidan was about 2. But it would take doctors nearly a year to figure out Aidan is autistic. The difficulty with the diagnosis turned out to be …

Archived | Autism patients’ treatment is denied illegally, group says | Circa July 1, 2009 #BanABA #AutisticHistory

Archived | Autism In The News | #AutisticHistory Autism patients’ treatment is denied illegally, group says LISA GIRION JULY 1, 2009 12 AM PT Consumer Watchdog State regulators are violating mental health and other laws by allowing health insurers to deny effective treatment for children with autism, consumer advocates contend. In a lawsuit, Consumer Watchdog, a …

Archived | Schwarzenegger Administration Sued For Allowing Health Insurance Companies To Deny Autism Care | Circa 2010 #BanABA #AutisticHistory

Archived | Autism In The News | #AutisticHistory Schwarzenegger Administration Sued For Allowing Health Insurance Companies To Deny Autism Care Santa Monica, CA -- The mother of an autistic child joined Consumer Watchdog and its attorneys today to announce a lawsuit against the California Department of Managed Health Care (“DMHC”), the Schwarzenegger Administration agency responsible …

Rethink First Recognized by Inc. Magazine as One of the Nation’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies | Circa October 21, 2021 #NotAnAutisticAlly #BanABA

ReThink Not An Autistic Ally Rethink First Recognized by Inc. Magazine as One of the Nation's Fastest-Growing Private Companies | Circa October 21, 2021 #NotAnAutisticAlly #AutisticHistory Tech-driven solutions meet growing mental health needs of the general public and neurodiverse populations by addressing issues of stigma, access and cost. NEW YORK, Oct. 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Rethink First's …