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MCO P1754.4B, "Exceptional Family Member Program", Sept 20, 2010 This order disseminates policy and assigns responsibilities for the Marine Corps Exceptional Family Member Program.

MCO P5512.11D, "Identification Cards for Member of the Uniformed Services, their Eligible Family Members and other Eligible Personnel," June 17, 2009 This order provides guidance on the receipt of ID Cards for dependent children who become incapacitated prior to age twenty-one, are incapable of self-support, and remain entitled to benefits and privileges authorized by the Uniformed Services, if medical sufficiency is met and the sponsor is providing over 50 percent of their support.

Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) Instruction 1300.14D, "Suitability Screening for Overseas and Remote Duty Assignment," April 9, 2007 This instruction publishes Navy policy and guidance for determining suitability of Navy personnel and family members for overseas or remote duty assignments.

OPNAV Instruction 1754.2D, "Exceptional Family Member (EFM) Program," November 3, 2010 This instruction issues Navy policy and guidance for identifying sponsors who have Exceptional Family Members with special medical, psychological, or special educational needs.

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Instruction 1754.5B, "Family Readiness Groups", March 31, 2011 This instruction provides policy, procedures and assigns responsibilities for the Exceptional Family Member Program and applies to all units in the Navy and Marine Corps.

Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS) Instruction 1750.10C, "Identification Cards for Member of the Uniformed Services, their Eligible Family Members and other Eligible Personnel," June 17, 2009 This instruction provides guidance on the receipt of ID Cards for dependent children who become incapacitated prior to age twenty-one, are incapable of self-support, and remain entitled to benefits and privileges authorized by the Uniformed Services, if medical sufficiency is met and the sponsor is providing over 50 percent of their support.

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) Instruction 1300.2A, "Suitability Screening, Medical Assignment Screening and Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Identification and Enrollment," June 23, 2006 This instruction provides guidance, procedures and responsibilities for the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) enrollment, the Central Screening Committees, and EFMP managers. The medical, dental, and educational Suitability Screening checklists and worksheets for overseas assignments are also contained in this instruction.

BUMED Instruction 1755.1, "Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) Early Intervention Services (EIS)," October 17, 2005 This instruction assigns responsibilities and provides guidance and procedures specific to the provision of EIS by Navy EDIS programs.

BUMED Instruction 1755.2, "Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS)," October 5, 2005This instruction outlines polices and responsibilities for EDIS within the Department of the Navy.


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