Monday, June 09, 2008

Phoenix families have no central place for autism services

No single place in the Phoenix area is equipped to help parents who suspect their child has autism or have a child that has recently been diagnosed, due in part to a lack of funding. But as a new Arizona law requires insurance companies to cover diagnosis and treatment, that may soon change. The Arizona Republic (Phoenix)

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