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Insurance companies face big bill for autism
Sacramento Business Journal

When Bailey Mourton was diagnosed with autism at age 3, she babbled, but had no real speech. She didn’t look at people directly, know how to play or react to others. Now 6, she will start second grade in September in a regular classroom without support from an aide, evidence of startling results from intensive therapy that taught her how to learn, laugh and live a more normal life.