According CDC estimates, one in 88 children are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
With those numbers in mind, state lawmakers have filed legislation that could help families better afford autism treatment. SB 1286, sponsored by Senator Jim Tracy (R-Shelbyville), would require health insurance policies to cover screening, diagnosis, and treatment of autism spectrum disorders.
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