Insurance and payment assistance information.

Insurance Information

Working through health insurance coverage can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be with Teamwork. Teamwork is here to help navigate the process to understand your health insurance plan’s ABA benefit levels.

Teamwork partners with many private and commercial insurance plans. We are here to work together with you and your insurance plan. Fill out our intake form so that we can understand your family’s coverage plan or contact us.

Co-Payment Assistance

There are some wonderful organizations that can help provide some financial support to your family. The following links below are ones that we’ve researched and may be able to assist your family.

ACT Today (Autism Care and Treatment)

The ACT Today! board provides funding assistance to families on a quarterly basis, typically offering grants up to $5,000 for effective treatments, assessments, and life support. While there is no income cap, families that make less than $100,000 a year are reviewed first.

www.act-today.org/act-today-grant-program.php

Anchor of Hope Foundation

The scholarship offers financial assistance to individuals who can provide a proof of diagnosis of a developmental disability to help cover the costs of therapy, education, equipment, and other direct needs of the individual not covered by insurance or Medicaid. The maximum scholarship amount is $250.00 per individual per calendar year. This scholarship awards 90% of its funding within Georgia.

www.anchorofhopefoundation.org/scholarships

CARE Grant Program

CARE Grant Program is for helping families with medication, autism diagnosis/evaluation, therapy session (including speech, OT and ABA,) autism summer camps, autism service dogs, and anything related to improving the lives of children affected by autism. Grants are up to $2,500 per year. Anybody who has a child diagnosed with autism and has an income level less than $95,000 per year for the entire household can apply to this grant. Before the grant is awarded, proof of ASD diagnosis from medical professional as well as IRS Tax forms indicating the household income need to be provided.

www.careautismfoundation.com/autism-family-funds/

Chrysalis Fund, Inc.

The Chrysalis Fund was established in 2016 to provide children with autism with additional resources. It offers up to $1,000 per year.

www.chrysalisfund.org

First Hand Foundation

First Hand accepts applications for families with children under 18 to receive treatment such as clinical procedures, medicine, therapy, prosthesis, etc. The link provides a chart for financial guidelines to qualify for the grant.

www.firsthandfoundation.org/request-funding/

Helping Hand Program: National Autism Association

The Helping Hand Program provides families with financial assistance in getting necessary biomedical treatments, supplements and therapy services for their autistic child. The maximum amount awarded per family is a one-time grant of $1,000. Families with less than $50,000 of annual income qualify.

www.nationalautismassociation.org

UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation

Qualifying families can receive up to $5,000 annually, per child ($10,000 lifetime max) to help pay for medical services and equipment such as physical, occupational and speech therapies, counseling services, surgeries, prescription medications, wheelchairs, orthotics, eyeglasses and hearing aids. Since 2007, UHCCF has awarded more than 6,500 grants valued at over $20M to children and their families across the United States. UHCCF has annual family income caps depending on the number of dependents.

www.uhccf.org/apply/

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