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Old 01-20-2010, 02:07 PM
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My son was referred for Early Intervention screening when he was 15 mos old because he wasn't talking. Now that he is 17 mos he has been evaluated and approved for weekly therapy. I went through it with my now-9yo son and remember it taking much longer to get approval. I also don't remember that they went through our insurance then, which they do now.

Anyone been through this? He says about 4 words but jabbers constantly, makes good eye contact, smiles, laughs, plays-in other words I am not really worried and actually surprised that he qualifies. DH is a cynic and figures that people with good insurance are more likely to qualify for services, but I really don't know enough people who have been through the process recently to say.
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