Youth and young adults with autism frequently experience co-occurring mental and behavioral health conditions, and are increasingly served by multiple systems in Ohio. These youth are more likely to visit an emergency department for psychiatric reasons, have more outpatient and inpatient hospital visits, primary care and psychiatric visits, health care claims, and higher health care costs than youth with other disabilities, and are at greater risk of suicide.
In this month's webinar, the Interagency Work Group on Autism (IWGA) is joined by parent, Mark Butler, and members of the DeWine administration. Panelists include:
• LeeAnne Cornyn, Director of Children’s Initiatives, Office of the Governor
• Sarah LaTourette, Executive Director, Ohio Family and Children First
• Maureen Corcoran, Director, Ohio Department of Medicaid
Join us Friday, September 25 from 11-12 to hear about the challenges faced by Ohio’s families and efforts to make change.