Experts estimate that 1 in 91 children will be diagnosed with autism this year. Imagine a world where every one of these kids can get the therapy and services they need.  Autism Deserves Equal Coverage (ADEC) advocates can work with you and help you find the help your child needs.

What We Do

We advocate and work with providers, families, therapists, ABA agencies, Regional Centers and other organizations in securing insurance to cover medically necessary treatments for autism, including ABA, Speech, OT, PT, Social Skills, and Evaluations.

We negotiate with health plans, insurance companies, and state and federal regulators to fund services for autism spectrum disorder.

We take on the work so that families and providers can focus on what they do best: Caring for children.

How We Can Help You

Autism Deserves Equal Coverage have a proven success rate in getting services covered and have won many families multiple hours of services for ABA, Speech and OT. 

We have secured coverage with the following carriers: Blue Shield, Kaiser, Aetna, Pacifi
Care, United Behavior Health, Anthem Blue Cross, Cigna, Magellan Health Services and many others.

Autism Deserves Equal Coverage in the News - Click here for latest news on autism and insurance

What's New:
Medi-Cal autism benefit started September 15, 2014. To learn more click here.
Have Medi-Cal - need help accessing treatment? Click here for How-to-Guide to get treatment.

Autism Deserves Equal Coverage Foundation is a tax exempt 501(c)3 charity. We survive on donations to be able to do the work we do for Californians with autism spectrum disorders. Please consider a donation to help us continue our important work, especially assisting low income families on Medi-Cal to access the newly available behavioral health benefit.. Donations are tax deductible.

 Autism Deserves Equal Coverage Foundation

1534 Plaza Lane #202, Burlingame, CA 94010 
Kristin Jacobson, Founder, President and Executive Director (650) 260-5305 
For Press Inquiries (650) 759-5737
FAX (480) 772-4046


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