DHS recruiting new members to the Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Intervention
October 21, 2022
The Department of Human Services is recruiting new members for the Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Intervention (EIDBI) advisory group, to advise on a health benefit for people under age 21 with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related conditions. Visit the website for more information on the EIDBI benefit or the EIDBI advisory group.
Terms are two years and begin in January 2023. The advisory group meets online four times a year. Note: Current members who would like to continue serving on the advisory group must reapply for their positions.
There are openings for members in the following categories:
• Adult with ASD or a related condition
• Parent or unpaid caregiver of a child under age 21 with ASD or a related condition. (Multiple positions)
• Licensed professional (such as psychologist, nurse, physician, social worker, special education teacher, speech or occupational therapist) with professional experience serving people under age 21 with a diagnosis of ASD and related conditions
• Provider of developmental or behavioral interventions with professional experience serving people under age 21 with a diagnosis of ASD and related conditions
• Academic whose field of teaching or research (such as medicine, psychology, social work, nursing, etc.) directly relates to ASD and related conditions
• Native American Minnesota resident or representative of a tribal nation
• Managed care organization representative.
Apply for one of these positions between Oct. 15 and Nov. 8 at the Secretary of State Boards and Commissions Open Positions Search webpage. We also encourage you to share this announcement with anyone you know who might be interested in applying.
For more information about autism services and supports in Minnesota, visit the Minnesota Autism Resource Portal or use the contact form above to submit questions. Also read more about available resources in this eList announcement.