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Wellspring Coordinates With CA Health Insurance Plans to Pay for Autism Treatments
Date:5/27/2009

LOS ANGELES, May 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Autism is a neurobiological condition which is often responsive to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, yet some health insurance companies, especially HMOs, fail to cover this service as a covered benefit to their members. Wellspring, a leader in autism treatment, is excited to offer a seminar that instructs parents how to coordinate with their CA health insurance plan to cover autism treatments. By utilizing health insurance, a child's therapy is protected from being slashed by state budget cuts or legislation that restricts the Regional Centers from fully funding treatment.

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    Using Insurance to Pay for Autism
    When: June 11, 2009, 7-9pm
    Where: Courtyard Marriott, 2100 Empire Ave, Burbank, CA 91504
    Register: go to www.wellspring.com

Dr. Karen Fessel and Feda Almaliti are the keynote speakers! One attendee from a previous seminar remarked, "The speakers were informative and downright inspiring!"

Karen Fessel, Dr PH

Karen Fessel is the proud parent of a 14 year old son with Asperger's, and a 10 year old typical daughter. Karen has a Doctorate in Public Health from UC Berkeley. Karen has completed the complicated process and was granted approval for her son to receive the proper care through three different insurance companies.

Feda Almaliti

Feda Almaliti's youngest son was diagnosed with autism at 18 months and since then she has fought tirelessly to get him the help he needs. She worked her way through the formal Kaiser appeals process and had her Independent Medical Review (IMR) approved. Her son now receives 26 hours of ABA, 2 hours of speech therapy, and 2 hours of occupational therapy, weekly.

This team has lead parents in the biggest wins in the state of California related to autism therapy: securing 40 hours a week of ABA in coordination with health plans!

Wellspring is leading the way in autism treatment and offers coordination of your child's care in cooperation with your health plan. As one of the fastest growing companies in California, it implements principles of Applied Behavior Analysis through an ever expanding network of offices in Southern California. Wellspring employs ethical and experienced professionals who are passionate about meeting the behavioral needs of their clients and improving their quality of life. The company is on the cutting edge of the latest research, updated educational plans, business trends and technology to ensure the success of its employees and its clients.


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