Army families should be aware that changes have been made at the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP). The Special Needs Accommodation Process (SNAP) has changed its name to the Multidisciplinary Inclusion Action Team (MIAT). The MIAT team is a multidisciplinary team established to determine what accommodations need to be made for children with special needs so they can be successful in their placement in Child, Youth and School (CYS) Services programs. The members of the MIAT team include the parents and/or guardian of a special needs family member, a representative from Army Community Service (ACS), EFMP, an Army Public Health Nurse (APHN) and a CYS Services designee. All other personnel are augmented as needed. For more information, contact your base EFMP coordinator.
Army Exceptional Family Member Program Changes
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