In the June, 2017, issue (Vol. 55, No. 3), in the article entitled "Evolving Definitions of Autism and Impact on Eligibility for Developmental Disability Services: California Case Example," by Marian E. Williams et al., text that appears on page 193 describing the Medicaid home and community-based services program includes the following wording: "states have considerable discretion in determining specific program or service eligibility criteria, the nature of the supports to be offered, the number of individuals to be served, the total dollar amount available to meet the needs of each recipient, and other key program parameters." This text should have been attributed to Zaharia & Moseley (2008, p.2). The reference list should have included the following citation: Zaharia, R. & Moseley, C. (2008). State Strategies for Determining Eligibility and Level of Care for ICF/MR and Waiver Program Participants (Report). Alexandria, VA: National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services.