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Oregon Medicaid Reenrollment

The Federal Public Health Emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic ended on January 31, 2022. This means that your Medicaid coverage will be affected if you do not re-apply or complete enrollment by April 1, 2023. To avoid any gaps in your healthcare coverage, including Centria services such as ABA Therapy or Pediatric Nursing for your child, it is important that you take action as soon as possible to ensure that your Medicaid benefits continue. ...

Indiana Medicaid Reenrollment

The Federal Public Health Emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic ended on January 31, 2022. This means that your Medicaid coverage will be affected if you do not reapply or complete enrollment by April 1, 2023. To avoid any gaps in your healthcare coverage, including ABA Therapy for your child, it is important that you take action as soon as possible to ensure that your Medicaid benefits continue.  ...

Georgia Medicaid Reenrollment

The Federal Public Health Emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic ended on January 31, 2022. This means that your Medicaid coverage will be affected if you do not reapply or complete enrollment by April 1, 2023. To avoid any gaps in your healthcare coverage, including ABA Therapy for your child, it is important that you take action as soon as possible to ensure that your Medicaid benefits continue.  ...

Medicaid Continuous Enrollment Ending: What To Do Next 

The Federal Public Health Emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic ended on January 31, 2022. This means that your Medicaid coverage will be affected if you do not re-apply or complete enrollment by April 1, 2023. To avoid any gaps in your healthcare coverage, including ABA Therapy for your child, it is important that you take action as soon as possible to ensure that your Medicaid benefits continue. ...

Supporting Your Child in Building Social Skills and Making Friends

Autistic children typically experience limited opportunities for social interaction and sustaining relationships. This can be due to limited interests or even our own limited ability as parents to deliver novel experiences. To better support our children to encounter more social interactions, it’s integral to provide as many opportunities as possible utilizing both the resources available in your community. ...
 Four Myths of Autism Spectrum Disorder Debunked

Four Myths of Autism Spectrum Disorder Debunked

Many causes have their awareness days or months, as autism has April, but what happens the rest of the year when people come across individuals with autism unaware of the characteristics of the disorder that spans a spectrum of symptoms and traits? The unawareness leads to myths about what it means to have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). ...
Autism Awareness and How to Help

Autism Awareness and How to Help

The latest estimate by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention determined in late 2018 there was a 15-percent increase in prevalence among young children diagnosed with ASD, bringing the national average to 1 in 59 children, from 1 in 68 just two years prior. This translates into about 65,000 to 70,000 children this year having the diagnosis. Yet so many individuals may go about their day not knowing who among them has this disorder, which can be both an obstacle and a gift. ...

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