Jacob Hall, 3, laughed as behavioral specialist Lamar Williams worked with him Thursday at the Highlands Center for Autism in Prestonsburg. Kentucky passed a law requiring coverage of therapy, but treatment that is viewed as educational and not medical generally isn't included.
Jacob Hall, 3, laughed as behavioral specialist Lamar Williams worked with him Thursday at the Highlands Center for Autism in Prestonsburg. Kentucky passed a law requiring coverage of therapy, but treatment that is viewed as educational and not medical generally isn't included. The Herald-Leader
Jacob Hall, 3, laughed as behavioral specialist Lamar Williams worked with him Thursday at the Highlands Center for Autism in Prestonsburg. Kentucky passed a law requiring coverage of therapy, but treatment that is viewed as educational and not medical generally isn't included. The Herald-Leader

Parents of children with autism fighting for insurance payments in Ky.

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