N.C. officials told they can't use Medicaid for some early intervention

12/31/2009 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

A North Carolina program that provides early intervention for infants and toddlers who have disabilities will no longer be covered under Medicaid after June. State officials -- who must ensure compliance with federal disability laws despite the funding loss -- are looking at offering a narrowed set of services to fewer families. Parents and therapists contend that existing early-intervention services are essential and should be preserved.

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