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Tonya Hales

Bureau Director, Authorization and Community Based Services

Utah State Tax Commission

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Utah State Tax Commission

210 North 1950 West

Salt Lake City, Utah,84134

United States

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Utah Department of Health


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www.utahsright.com

Tonya Hales
Bureau Director, Department Of Health Dept of Health


www.utahautismcoalition.org [cached]

A series of questions were answered by Keith and Amy McGuire, Tonya Hales of the Utah Department of Health, and the speakers above:


www.utahddcouncil.org [cached]

Tonya Hales , RN - Medicaid Long Term Care Services


www.sltrib.com

Health officials considered adding those emerging treatments to the pilot and will reconsider them as the science behind them matures, says Hales.
But for now they're deferring to the National Autism Center's National Standards Project. which classified ABA as the only "established" treatment. "You don't want to do harm and you don't want to do something that isn't effective," Hales said. But with an army of trained therapists now in place, it takes at most a month from the time a family wins a lottery slot to their first therapy session, said Tonya Hales, who oversees community-based Medicaid services for the health department.


www.sltrib.com

Tonya Hales of the Utah Department of Health addressed some of the concerns during the web chat.
"Overwhelmingly, the feedback that we're getting is positive," Hales said about the program, which started in December. But she admitted there have been "bumps in the road," especially for rural families trying to connect with therapists. Hales explained the program allows for therapists to Skype, or web chat, with such families. Hales explained that ABA therapy has been supported by many empirical studies, and is the therapy approved by the Legislature. Parent Angie Watterson discussed her 5-year-old son, James, one of the 250 children participating in the new program. She said she first noticed symptoms after he turned two years old. Hales said the department will give an update on the two-year pilot program in November to the Legislature.


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