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You could apply for Home Care for Children with Severe Disabilities (NH CHC-CDS) (AKA: Katie Beckett) Here is a link to a fact sheet. http://chad.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/pdf/katie_beckett_fac...
If approved (depending on your childrens needs and diagnosis) it would give your chldren medicaid as a secondary insurance that will pick up some of the cost your insurance isn't covering. It IS income based...but based on your CHILDS income, not yours (social security, bonds, savings accounts etc). It took us 3 months to get an answer. My son was approved, my daughter wasn't. (He's a bit more severe on the spectrum than his sister). It covered our co-pays for all his therapies and the payment for the copays was back dated to the date of the application. In otherwords they paid the copays we had already paid during the 3 months we waited for our application to be approved, and we ended up with a credit on our account for the sum of all those copays. It's worth a shot.
We use Easter Seals and they have a decent payment plan too (don't know if that helps). We have been with them for 2 years and I'm very happy with them.
I'm sure there are grants you could apply for, or maybe use some discretionary funds for it??