Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro says he’s looking into state reimbursement rates for autism care. The governor says his administration is scrutinizing agencies that care for people with autism and other intellectual disabilities. He announced the review in a recent video address to the National Association of Direct Support Professionals, which was meeting in Pittsburgh. The governor told the group that state funding is inadequate, given the costs and demand for service. As a first step, he says his administrators will update data used to set rates for home- and community-based care providers.