New Autism Law Holds Back Families With Medical Needs

Many families across America are struggling to meet the rising cost of health care needs, especially those who currently live in Massachusetts or Maine. A recent study done by the National Surgery of Children with Special Health Care Needs studied a group of more than 2,000 children effected with Autism across the states. The study showed that on a third of those families spent three percent or more of their annual income on medical needs alone. The cost of medical attention for kids with special needs can be combated with MediBid, and could lower the money families spend yearly significantly.

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