Changes in Policy May Mean Better Access to Interventions for Children with ASD

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder that begins early in childhood and lasts throughout a person's life. Children with ASD may receive a variety of services in school and through their health care providers to meet their developmental needs, including speech therapy, occupational therapy, social skills training, and behavioral and mental health services such as applied behavior analysis (ABA). However, many children with ASD may not have had access to these services due to insurance coverage, requiring families to pay for services themselves.


RehabWire Volumen 4, Número 10, Diciembre 2002


Cada año, la colección de NARIC crece para incluir los volúmenes de referencia más recientes de referencia. Estos pueden provenir de los beneficiarios de NIDRR, de editores bien establecidos, y de pequeñas prensas. Contace a NARIC para obtener más información sobre cualquiera de estas selecciones.

RehabWire Volume 4, Number 10, December 2002


Each year, NARIC's collection grows to include the latest reference volumes. These may come from NIDRR grantees, from well-established publishers, and from small-press establisments. Contact NARIC for more information on any of these selections.

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