'One-therapy rule' could impact local special needs kids

n Friendship Pediatric Services part of statewide “Save My Services” campaign to oppose DHS policy changes.

Sunday, April 1, 2018

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Photo submitted Friendship Pediatric Services student Brody Calcott plays with teacher Sarah Buck. Calcott is one of the students who will be impacted by the new "one-therapy" rule.
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Photo submitted Friendship Pediatric Services student Brody Calcott plays with teacher Sarah Buck. Calcott is one of the students who will be impacted by the new "one-therapy" rule.

A new Department of Human Services proposal to restrict Medicaid eligibility for children in developmental preschools could have a big impact on children in Siloam Springs, according to Renee Philpot, director of Friendship Pediatric Services.


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