ABA Therapy Funding
in North Carolina
We are currently in-network with United Behavioral Health, Cigna, Aetna, Tricare, Medcom, and Medcost.
Per the North Carolina Autism Insurance Mandate, or SB 676, insurance contracts renewed on or after July 1st, 2016 are required to provide coverage for ABA therapy up to $40,000 per year until the individual turns 18 years old.
Plans that should cover ABA under SB 676 are those sold to employers with over one hundred employees; plans sold to individuals and small groups that have been in effect, and essentially unchanged, since March of 2010; and plans sold to individuals and small groups that were in effect prior to 2014.
Many businesses provide support for ABA services for their employees. To find out if ABA financial assistance is available to you, contact your employer’s human resources department or your group health insurance provider.
Autism Therapy Grants
- Autism Strong Foundation offers two different grants to help families afford ABA therapy.
- United Healthcare Children’s Foundation’s grant helps cover the difference between what your insurance will pay for and the services your child needs.
- Autism Support Network lists several grants available to help cover autism treatment.
- Autism Speaks has also compiled a full list of autism grants for families.
North Carolina Autism Therapy Funding
The Cardinal Center for Behavior Analysis is dedicated to helping children with autism succeed by becoming your partner in care to ensure that your entire family unit will thrive. If you have any questions at all regarding ABA funding, please don’t hesitate to contact us at (919) 822-8802.
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