Sunday, May 27, 2012

Military Dad Pushes for Autism Coverage

MANCHESTER, Conn. — Five-year-old Rachel Margaret Kenyon's father was serving with the Connecticut National Guard in Afghanistan when she was diagnosed with autism.
Sgt. Maj. William Kenyon of Manchester is an active-duty veteran of Desert Storm — the early-1990s conflict in Iraq — as well as two tours in Afghanistan. His wife, Rachel, is fighting within the military for better autism coverage through the armed forces' health insurance program, TRICARE.

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