Health care coverage
After you or your child receives a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the next step is to identify available services and supports. People with ASD or related conditions often need a variety of supports and services over the course of their lifetime. To meet the needs of each person and family, the state of Minnesota offers programs that provide basic health care services, behavioral health services, services for people with physical and developmental disabilities and educational services.
If you or your child is enrolled in a health plan and you have questions about coverage for services, call that health plan's member services. Contact information for the health plan is typically found on the back of your health plan member card.