JPMorgan, other employers move to cover costly autism therapies


By Kathleen Kingsbury Boston, Dec 16 (REUTERS) - Michael Giangregorio's son Nicholas was diagnosed as severely autistic when he was 18 months old. Now 12, Nicholas requires nearly round-the-clock care - special schooling as well as speech, occupational and physical therapy - that can cost tens of thousands of dollars a year. It's a formidable expense, but starting in January, Giangregorio's employer, JPMorgan Chase & Co, will chip in. The ...


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