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Nearly half of all children with autism can make significant progress with the help of one-on-one behavioral therapy. Unfortunately, one-one-sessions can cost almost $30,000 in some cases. Therapy is often needed for two or three years. For many parents, that cost is just too high, especially when the therapy is not covered by insurance.
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) launched an online autism therapy program called Skills. The platform gives parents and teachers access to tools and curriculums specifically tailored to children with autism. It also has features that allow parents and teachers to track progress. The cost of the program is approximately $75 a month, which translates to approximately $900 a year.
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