Medicaid/NJ FamilyCare Preparing to Cover ABA for Children with Autism
In the coming months, children whose health insurance is NJ FamilyCare will be able to access coverage for ABA services
The state’s publicly funded health insurance program is responsible for ensuring that children under age 21 have access to comprehensive high-quality health benefits. Autism New Jersey commends Governor Murphy, Commissioner Carole Johnson, and Medicaid Director Meghan Davey, who are committed to launching this benefit on behalf of the estimated 20,000 children with autism whose health insurance is NJ FamilyCare.Lean what's next and how to stay informed>>
Divorce and Autism: A Legal Perspective
Divorce is emotionally and financially difficult under the best of circumstances and makes the unique challenges and responsibilities of raising a child with autism even more complex. Ideally, parents work together to understand and meet their child’s special needs.
Autism New Jersey joined hundreds of members of the Coalition for a DSP Living Wage and other advocates in front of the NJ State House in Trenton yesterday to show the importance of securing a competitive DSP starting wage.Read more>>
The 9th Annual Autism Awareness Spring Lake Gift Auction, held April 12 at Spring Lake Manor in Spring Lake, NJ, raised more than $17,000 for Autism New Jersey, helping fulfill our commitment to ensuring safe and fulfilling lives for individuals with autism.