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Ryan's Law

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Ryan's Law is a South Carolina law which requires insurance companies to cover treatments for autism. The law states that insurance companies must provide up to $50,000, annually, on behavioral therapy, up to the age of 16. The law provides coverage for various treatments, including Applied Behavior Analysis, which was previously denied as "experimental". Ryan's Law also prohibits insurers from refusing other medical care to children because of their autism. The law does not apply to people who (or companies which) are self-insured. The bill was authored by Lorri Unumb, who was at the time a law professor at the Charleston School of Law, and the mother of a four-year-old autistic boy, after whom the law is named. Passage of the legislation took nearly two years, and was the result of an intense grassroots campaign which was orchestrated by Unumb and supported by hundreds of families in South Carolina. Lacking funds to hire a lobbyist, Unumb and the supporters, known as the Ryan’s La
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