BUFFALO (November 15, 2012) -- In an article in the Buffalo Law Journal, a pair of ABA providers explained how New York's 2011 autism insurance reform law is intended to work for families.
Enacted in November 2011, the law took effect a year later on November 1, 2012. The measure requires state-regulated health plans to cover a range of autism-related services, including ABA up to $45,000 per year with no limits on age or number of visits.
Autism Speaks has been conducting workshops across the state to familiarize families and providers with the new law.
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