Spotlight on Behavioral Health
Behavioral health organizations face complex risks and want to work with an insurance carrier that knows their business inside-out. With these staggering statistics, Nationwide can appreciate your industry challenges. Our OthersFirst® Specialty Care Program provides insurance coverage tailored to organizations in the business of caring for others.
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Intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities
About 4.92 million individuals (around 17%) have an intellectual disability.5
About 17% of children have one or more developmental disabilities.6
1 in 59 children in 2014 were on the autism spectrum; that’s about a 30% increase from 2012.7
1 in 5 adults experience some type of mental illness. Only 43% of adults with a mental health condition actually seek out care.8
We understand intellectual and developmental disabilities are different, and an individual can have one or both. We offer a product customized to your specific needs with a wide range of basic and optional coverages including enhancement endorsements. In addition, clients get access to field loss control professionals who can provide solutions on matters of special importance including:
- Abuse prevention and reporting
- Fall prevention
MyLossControlServices.com provides a wealth of information and training assistance to help clients better direct their operations from a safety and risk management perspective.
Nationwide has highly skilled claims associates trained to handle large and complex bodily injury, professional liability and abuse-related incidents.
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“Facts and Stats,” Achievable.org, https://achievable.org/developmental-disabilities/statistics
“Developmental Disabilities,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/developmentaldisabilities/about.html.
“CDC estimates 1 in 68 children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/index.html (March 27, 2014)
“Mental Health by the Numbers,” National Allliance on Mental Illness,