While the media and politicians might want you to think otherwise, it’s not that difficult to understand the Affordable Care Act (commonly known as “Obamacare”) and, more specifically, whether you can now access insurance to cover autism treatment in your state. While the federal exchange website has experienced some problems, many of the state exchanges, such as those in California, Kentucky, and New York, are running smoothly. If you currently don’t have insurance that pays for autism treatment, you may live in one of the 27 states that is now offering that coverage through its state exchange, and you may qualify for federal subsidies to reduce the costs of that insurance.
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- Holly Robinson Peete Opens Up on Autism Live About Motherhood, the Teen Years and the Future of Autism
- CARD to Host Free Colorado Conference to Provide Treatment Solutions to Families Affected by Autism
- CARD Partners with AutismUp to Help Rochester Parents Gain Access to Autism Insurance Coverage
- Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh Testifies For California Autism Insurance Mandate