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Temple Grandin to Parents: Don’t Delay, Work With Your Kids Early

“The worst thing you can do is to do nothing. Yes, it would be good to get a diagnosis but if you can’t, you need to start working with that kid now.” December 10, 2014 Temple Grandin, autism activist, writer and professor, offered advice to parents who have children they suspect are on the spectrum, but who do not yet have a diagnosis: work

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Medicaid: States Cannot ‘Delay Or Deny’ Autism Treatment

Federal government further clarifies directive on ABA benefits September 29, 2014 WASHINGTON, DC (September 29, 2014) — The federal government has issued guidance to states emphasizing that they can neither delay nor deny medically necessary autism treatments, such as ABA, through their Medicaid programs for individuals up to age 21. The message was delivered in FAQs posted September 24 regarding the July 7 Informational

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