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Texas spent less to help children with disabilities in 2018, report says

from Houston Chronicle

Texas spent less money this year to help fewer babies and toddlers struggling with autism, speech delays, Down syndrome or other disabilities than it did six years ago despite estimates that more children are in need, according to a report. Children under three years old with disabilities or developmental delays are eligible for therapy through the state's Early Childhood Intervention program to help them learn to walk, communicate and get ready for school. The services are available to any family regardless of income. The therapy is free for children in foster care or those covered by Medicaid. more


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