Autism Society Inland Empire

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Join us for the High Desert Holiday Party on Sat, Dec 20th from 2-4pm. Santa, food and fun!
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High Desert Support & Play Holiday Party
James A Woody Community Center, 13467 Navajo Rd,Apple Valley,California
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As of September 15, 2014, as many as 75,000 primarily low-income California children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) became eligible for covering behavioral health treatment, such as applied behavior analysis (ABA), for individuals with autism up to age 21.

Hopefully, the possibility of access to treatment will result in more accurate diagnosis and referral. What is known is that today less than 10% of the affected children receive behavioral health treatment, which is available through the Regional Center system only for the most severely impacted children. This new benefit makes the treatment available to the other 90% of California’s children covered by Medi-Cal who are struggling with ASD.

Click here for a Q & A Sheet on this benefit Medi-Cal Autism BHT Benefit How-To Guide Draft 4 2 page

California is the first state to implement a federal directive to step up Medicaid coverage for children with autism.

Over 100 people came out to support the Third Annual

Aidan’s Army Golf Tournament.
The tournament, held at the Victoria Club in Riverside, raised over $48,000 this year for the Autism Society Inland Empire.
The Francis Family generously organizes this event and their family members travel as far away as New Jersey, Colorado and Arizona to support this event.
Thank you to all of the fabulous volunteers, sponsors and golfers who made this event a success.  Their support enables ASIE to provide events to our families such as Autism Day at Cove Waterpark, Sky High Events, Holiday party and so much more!