SB 204, AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 18 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS COVERAGE.currently in the Senate Finance Committee. SB 204 defines applied behavior analysis, includes it for coverage under the "habilitative or rehabilitative care" category, and includes among those denoted as an "Autism services provider", "practitioners with the national certification of board-certified behavioral analyst",or any person, entity, or group meeting the standards set by the Department of Health and Social Services.
Date: Friday, May 21, 2010Attendees will able to learn more about the latest information on SB 204 and write letters to legislators. Talking points, contact information, sample letters, paper, envelopes, and refreshments will be provided.
Time: 1:00pm - 6:00pm (hourly sessions)
Location: Autism Delaware Newark Office
Street: 924 Old Harmony Road, Suite 201
City/Town: Newark, DE
RSVP at Facebook and/or to Kim Siegel, email@example.com
Every hour there will be a review of the legislation and what it will (and will not) accomplish and answer questions before beginning letter writing. The first hourly session starts at 1:00pm, sessions will continue through the afternoon, with the last session beginning at 5:00pm and ending at 6:00pm.
Again, please RSVP at Facebook and/or to Kim Siegel, firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for a time slot so that organizers can ensure that there will be enough volunteers, supplies, and snacks during the session.
For more information
Autism Votes Delaware
Autism Delaware Facebook group
Friday, March 19, 2010
State legislation: Delaware - Senate Bill 204 autism insurance bill would provide reimbursement for ABA
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