Low-income families with children with special needs face high costs

12/8/2009 | United Press International · Disability Scoop

Low-income families with children with special needs spend a disproportionate amount of their income to cover out-of-pocket costs associated with care, and the cost can vary depending on where a family lives, according to a new study. Families living in states such as Rhode Island and Hawaii were likely to pay the least in out-of-pocket costs, while residents of Utah, Montana, North Dakota and Minnesota were most likely to pay more.

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