therapy

4:49 pm
Thu April 4, 2013

Low-income kids with autism can access new treatment

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According to an official from the Michigan Department of Community Health, the treatment helps children with autism spectrum disorder to have better social skills and improve behavior.
Tuesday the familiar green tinge of the Mackinac Bridge has turned blue, to promote Autism Awareness month. Two state-run insurance plans are also taking on the autism issue, with a decision to expand coverage for behavioral therapy. Michild and Medicaid have expanded their coverage to include a specific type of therapy that low-income children did not previously have access too.