By Laura Geggel
States with the weakest infrastructure for diagnosing children with autismrequiring compensation for treatment costs, finds an analysis published 30 April in the journal Autism.
Only costs for their care in adulthood. But treatment costs range from $10,000 to $100,000 a year, making insurance companies reluctant to pay for it. In some states, mandates settle this problem. Continue readingmandate that private insurers cover behavioral therapies for children with autism. Behavioral interventions can help children with autism build basic skills and may reduce