OVERLAND PARK, KS (January 9, 2014) -- Kansas autism advoates will get a briefing on plans for 2014 to expand the state's autism insurance reform law to cover more families. Enacted as a pilot program in 2010 for state employees, the benefit was made permanent last year but remains limited to state employees.
The event is hosted by Autism Speaks, the Kansas Center For Autism Research and Training, Families Together, Inc., and Autism Society of the Heartland, with assistance from the Easter Seals Capper Foundation.
The remote locations are:
Capper Foundation Conference Room, 3500 SW 10th Avenue
Bill Wilson Conference Room, Independent Living Resource Center, 3033 W. Second
Southwest Developmental Services, 1808 Palace Drive