Services & Programs

Autism Resources

Magellan offers an array of programs based on best practices and emerging practices for children with autism. This fact sheet provides a list of services available to members in the Magellan Behavioral Health of Pennsylvania network:

Magellan knows that parents of children with autism face many challenges. But you are not alone. Now you can connect with other parents who have children with autism. This can help you build a network of support.

The following site includes a list of providers and services. The list is based on suggestions from parents and caregivers like you. You can search the list to find the kinds of services you are looking for to help you and your child: www.LoveMyProvider.com

The following site is a social network and support group. It is made just for individuals who care for children with autism: www.MyAutismTeam.com

Magellan Healthcare, Inc. is sharing these social networks as an informational resource for our members. Sharing these resources does not mean that we approve of the content, provider referrals or posts. It also does not mean that we will authorize the services listed on the sites.

Additional Resources 

More help is available. You may also wish to find out about other autism services that you can access through your plan. Please contact us at any time if you would like to find out more. You can reach us at 1-888-207-2911.

The PA Family Navigation Guides are for caregivers of children with autism spectrum disorders or other developmental delays:

Asperger and Autism Alliance - ASCEND

Act 62 Message for Pennsylvania Families (Autism Services) Notice

In Pennsylvania, your child’s autism-related services may be covered by private health insurance, Medical Assistance (MA) or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) under Pennsylvania’s Autism Insurance Act (ACT 62). ACT 62 is a statewide insurance mandate specific to services provided to children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

The Department of Human Services (DHS), Pennsylvania Insurance Department (PID), and Department of State (DOS) are working together to fully implement Act 62. A number of new resources have been developed to provide guidance to families about ACT 62. Visit www.PAAutismInsurance.org for Act 62 information including fact sheets, answers to Frequently Asked Questions, updated guidance on how to appeal if your insurance company denies a claim, and contact information for DHS and the PID. 

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Helpful Information

 

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