My 4 years old has autism. He's at a 2 years old level with everything. he needs speech, physical and occupational therapies.
I finally got him approved to start Special Ed pre-K in our public shcool system [which took me a 1 year and 1/2 to get him in becasue of budget cuts...] where he gets group speech 2 days a week but he needs extra help and individually.
Does he qualify for disability? can use that check twords the therapies he needs? Our insurence will NOT cover any of and I was even told by a case worker that most insurence companies see it as an "inconvenience " not a disability....
I'm making ends meat and so his my fiance and we have a baby on the way. We're not in the poor house [yet lol] and I've never collected gov. assistance before so I'm not exactallysure how this works. So any help he qualifies for would certainly bare us the dread of opening those medical bills.
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