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Autism Care Demonstration

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Changes to the Autism Care Demonstration 

The ACD changes will:

  • Move the ACD to a beneficiary-centric model to help beneficiaries reach their maximum potential
  • Empower parents to have a greater role in their child’s care
  • For new beneficiaries to the program, incorporate all clinical and non-clinical service into one comprehensive care plan, coordinated by an Autism Services Navigator (ASN)

The materials in this toolkit with accomplish the following:

  • Educate beneficiaries about the upcoming changes regarding the ACD program
  • Help stakeholders and providers increase awareness of the program’s changes to their beneficiaries.
 

What's Not Changing?

 

What's Changing?

Approved Graphics

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Changes to the ACD Talking Points Infographic

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Graphic that provides information on what is changing and what is staying the same with the ACD changes occurring soon. Includes graphics at the top and bottom of the page featuring families and children. The TRICARE logo is on the bottom right.

Last Updated: August 04, 2023
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