It actually depends on the treatment center/provider. Most treatment centers have there own private play policies.
No. In fact, there are many options when it comes to paying for your child\\\’s treatment, such as applying for insurance coverage, seeking help from autism community groups for fundraiser projects, etc.
Check with your medical insurance provider to see if speech therapy is covered. There are also specialists who can help with resources for funding options.
Write letters to charity organizations such as Elks Lodge, Rotary Club and the Lions Club. They already know how to plan fundraisers.
You can contact universities and colleges in your community. Students majoring in related fields may sometimes volunteer for your program. Talk to their professors and see if they will award extra credit to students that do help. Free manpower can be an invaluable tool.
The law requires every state to provide free public schooling for every child’s unique needs, including those within the autism spectrum disorder.
IDEA or the Individuals With Disabilities Acts specifies that all children with disabilities are legally entitled to early intervention or special education services, provided that they meet the state’s criteria for disability.