Indiana News

Insurer’s Cuts Cloud Future for Autism Therapists

FISHERS, Ind. (AP): Indiana autism therapists are reducing staff and services following steep cuts by the state's largest health insurer. The Indianapolis Business Journal reports Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield began implementing the changes two years ago by directing that children age 7 and older receive a portion of their autism therapy from public schools.

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