10/15/2018 3:18:24 PM
The Minnesota Department of Human Services invites applications from people who are interested in serving on the Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Intervention Benefit advisory group.
DHS created the EIDBI advisory group in 2017. The group is made up of:
The group helps DHS with ongoing development of EIDBI policies and standards and implementation of the EIDBI Benefit. DHS expects members to share information with and seek input from organizations with which they are affiliated. Members serve two-year terms and may serve more than one term.
EIDBI is a medical benefit that began on July 1, 2015. EIDBI is available to people younger than 21 with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and/or related conditions.
For more information, email the EIDBI autism policy team.