#Autism: When services are lost

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I spoke with all of you previously about Emmett’s speech therapy and occupational therapy being taken away by the insurance company.

I have since appealed those decisions and am awaiting the results.

However,  yesterday we received another letter.  This time he it was informing us that physical therapy is being taken away as well. What’s really confusing about this is that a few weeks ago it had been approved and now they are taking it away.

I will be appealing this decision first thing Monday morning and we will also be working with an attorney that is currently trying to get legislation passed that will force carriers to cover Autism in Ohio.



Elliott has also been denied once again as well.  My patience is nonexistent anymore and I’m prepared to wage war if necessary.  We are currently looking for other options and working with the boys at home but there is only so much we can do. 

Someone needs to hold these insurance companies accountable for their approach to all things Autism.

**Thanks for reading**



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Any chance that, since you're already considering moving, you could move to a state with better autism insurance laws? *sad smile* That's one thing I'm grateful for, in spite of my state's other imperfections. I'm sorry you have to fight this stupid battle on top of everything else.
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