Jenny Hartman has tried for years to get consistent insurance for speech therapy for her 12-year-old daughter, Hannah.
But for years, more than half a dozen insurance companies delayed, denied or dropped coverage for the Delhi Township family because of Hannah's condition, which includes seizures and requires help for basic functions such as eating.
The companies said Hannah Hartman didn't have a diagnosed condition, but was "developmentally delayed." A little more than a year ago, Hannah's coverage was dropped and she is without therapy services until she starts school this fall at Margaret B. Rost School in Bridgetown, which serves children with disabilities.
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