Please send your check to:
Virginia Autism Project
Jodi Folta, Treasurer
43260 Atherton St.
Ashburn, VA 20147
You can help
- Medical Community Coordinators
- District Coordinators
- Web and Internet coordinators
- Business Coordinators
- Media Relations Coordinators
- Regional Community Support Coordinators
Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs), please contact Megan Miller, BCBA at email@example.com. Megan is coordinating professional BCBAs and BCaBAs across Virginia for VAP.
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Our TOP 2012 Goals
- Advocate for 2012 legislation to fully implement the autism insurance law signed in 2011 and educate through public workshops.
- Work collaboratively to develop & promote comprehensive services for autism at the Federal & State level.
- Expand advocacy and our outreach in all communities in Virginia, including the U.S. Military.
|What Does it Mean for you?|
Virginia Autism Insurance Reform: What Does It Mean for You?
A Series of Workshops for Parents:
October 8, Saturday--Richmond, 10 a.m.
October 15, Saturday--Virginia Beach,
October 15, Saturday --Roanoke,
November 3, Thursday--Northern Virginia,
November 10, Thurs.—Fredericksburg 7 p.m.
December 3, Saturday-- Richmond, 10 a.m.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Families whose employer has 50 or more employees and whose medical insurance is NOT a self-funded plan.
After three years of work together in the Virginia Legislature, the Virginia Autism Project and Autism Speaks brought autism insurance to Virginia.
What can you do if you are entitled to coverage under the autism insurance mandate and you receive a denial letter?
Join us at one of our workshops!