Insurance Coverage and Auditory Integration Training
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Integration Training is considered an educational intervention.
is a non-medical. Certified AIT Practitioners are trained and instructed
that insurance should not typically be billed for Auditory Integration Training
services because is it not a medical intervention.
Check with your
AIT Practitioner directly about any
questions you have about insurance billing policies for their AIT services.
Individuals who are interested
in a medical diagnosis or medical services using AIT as a modality are advised to seek the
advice of a licensed medical professional.
currently manufactured to administer
AIT are NOT
under the jurisdiction of the Federal Drug Administration (FDA).
Cost Of Auditory Integration Training
The cost of
Integration Training varies depending on the geographic location and
the AIT Practitioner used, and whether there is At Home or In Office
Some parents successfully
use the following resources to try to obtain the funds required or to
get reimbursement for AIT services:
- Financial assistance from their Special Education departments
where the child is under an IEP (Individualized Educational Program)
- School district reimbursements
- Private School or Institution funds
- Charitable organizations for special needs children
- Donations of friends and family member
- Private fund raisers - garage sales, auctions
- Home Equity Line Loans