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In an unprecedented act, the federal government has granted Pennsylvania permission to spend Medicaid money on services that will allow autistic adults to live independently.
The previous Medicaid and Medicare services were focused on targeting autistic children, but not adults.
Pennsylvania’s program will allow for respite care and crisis intervention. This latest autism news is a highly positive note for people who have no services or aid once they cross the age threshold of 21.
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