Families already struggling to meet the daily challenges of autism will soon face another hurdle as the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare has announced plans to institute a co-pay for many services. Five services, including prescription drugs, will have a fixed copayment, while others will have a sliding fee copayment based on family income. The new policy will take effect Oct. 1 for new children and Nov. 1 for children currently receiving services. This change was recently reported by Aboard; read more at http://bit.ly/N6mgPC.
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