STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- A bill that would provide health insurance for screening, diagnosis, treatment and therapy for individuals with autism passed the state Legislature unanimously on Friday, a crucial step for families seeking enhanced care for their children, said a Grant City mother.
"As a parent of a child diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, the passage of the autism insurance bill into law in New York state is not only critical to our family's quality of life but to all of our Staten Island families," said Melissa Schneider, whose 10-year-old son is autistic.
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