By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer Recently, both Florida and Texas are changing the coverage of applied behavior analysis (ABA) for children with autism. In Florida, under proposed changes, ABA services provided at recreational, leisure, or educational camps would not be covered, nor would those delivered on the same day as behavioral on-site services or therapeutic group care services (see Florida Medicaid Proposed Coverage Limits Sites Where Children With Autism Can Receive ABA). In Texas, ABA services for children diagnosed with autism are now available in the fee-for-service plan and through Medicaid health plans (except for the Texas Children's Health Insurance Program, CHIP), either in person…
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