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Late Talker vs. Apraxia Insurance Information

A great page to "navigate the insurance maze," especially if your child has a diagnosis of apraxia, is at Apraxia-Kids.    

Don't take denials personally, it's all in the code.

A great code to use if you have a child with apraxia, according to the medical experts from CHERAB Foundation, is 781.3 which is "lack of muscle coordination /coordination disorder."  This shows a physical diagnosis, which is typically covered  vs. a developmental diagnosis, which is typically not covered.  

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The code for apraxia are ICD-9 Codes..
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