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Virginia Autism Project
Jodi Folta, Treasurer
43260 Atherton St.
Ashburn, VA 20147

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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.
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What Does it Mean for you? PDF Print E-mail

Virginia Autism Insurance Reform: What Does It Mean for You?

A Series of Workshops for Parents:

October 8, Saturday--Richmond, 10 a.m.
Hyatt Place Richmond Airport
4401 South Laburnum Avenue,
Richmond, VA 23231 (Free)

October 15, Saturday--Virginia Beach,
Tidewater Summit, 12:00 and 2:00

Tidewater Autism Summit , VAP
Double Tree Hotel
Virginia Beach Convention Center
1900 Pavillion Dr
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Summit hours 11:00-4:00
Insurance Breakouts at 12:00 and 2:00 (Free)

October 15, Saturday --Roanoke,
GRVAAG Conference (small conference charge)

1338 Rainbow Forest Drive Troutville, VA 24175
At the Rainbow Forest Baptist Church

November 3, Thursday--Northern Virginia,
10 a.m. and 7 p.m.

Metro Offices
Ballston Office Center
4601 N Fairfax Drive
Suite 1200
Arlington, VA 22203 (Free)

November 10, Thurs.—Fredericksburg 7 p.m.
Salem Church Library
2607 Salem Church Road
Fredericksburg, VA 22407 (Free)

December 3, Saturday-- Richmond, 10 a.m.
River Road United Methodist Church,
8800 River Road,
Richmond 23229. (Free)

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!