Date: April 5, 2017
To: Parents of children under age 21 with ASD or a related condition, and professionals who work with these children (e.g., advocates, case managers, care coordinators, educators, providers, etc.)
From: DHS Disability Services Division
Purpose: To announce an April 21 public meeting about the EIDBI Benefit
DHS invites parents of children under age 21 who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or a related condition to a public meeting about the Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Intervention (EIDBI) Benefit.
Date and time: 10:30 a.m. to noon, Friday, April 21, 2017
Location: Brooklyn Park Public Library (Mississippi meeting room), 8500 W. Broadway Ave., Brooklyn Park, Minn. The meeting room is accessible and parking is free.
Focus of the meeting: DHS staff will share information about the EIDBI Benefit, and parents can:
If you or someone you know needs a reasonable accommodation to participate in the meeting, email ASD.DHS@state.mn.us by April 12, 2017, to tell us what type of accommodation you need.
Please share this announcement with parents of children with ASD/related conditions and professionals or organizations that serve these parents and children.
This is the first in a series of quarterly public meetings for parents about the EIDBI Benefit. As we schedule future meetings, we will announce them via the DSD and Autism Stakeholders eLists. To sign up for DHS eLists, see DHS – Email subscriptions.
The EIDBI Benefit is a Minnesota Health Care Program that offers medically necessary, individualized and intensive treatment for people who:
For more information, see DHS – EIDBI Benefit and the EIDBI Benefit Policy Manual.
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