It will cover diagnosis, rehabilitative care, pharmacy care, psychiatric care, psychological care, therapeutic care, and any care for individuals with autism.
Senator Liane Sorenson sponsored the law.
Yes, it is okay. Remember that the main goal is to hep your child cope with his or her disabilities and maximize his or her potential.
Specialized Training of Military Parents (STOMP) provides training about laws, regulations, and resources for families of children with disabilities. STOMP also helps families develop their own parent education support groups while providing a voice for the families.
Costs of behavioral interventions and prescription drugs ( if there are any), will dramatically decrease at age 5-6 years old.
The average cost of a consult with a BCBA is at $120 per hour.
Yes. There are families that have multiple children with autism. Each child is afforded $36,000 per year when enrolled in the ECHO program of Tricare.
No. The only limitation is how much will be paid each year, which is up to $36,000.