The Exceptional Family Member Program Brochure
Resources for Military Families with Special Needs. …
DD Form 2792, "Family Member Medical Summary," January 2021 This form is used to document a family member's special medical needs and for enrollment. …
Zip file of alternate versions of the EFMP logo
EFMP Logo. …
A Guide to Healthy Caregiving Fact Sheet
Accessibility through Assistive. …
Product | November 2020
Product | March 2021
The EFMP ROC is a ready, one-source access point to the Resources, Options and Consultations available to military families with special needs through Military OneSource.
Along with the services already available at your local. …
Get updated Exceptional Family Member Program products and resources. This toolkit is for service providers, military leaders and command who support or influence military families with special medical or educational. …
Product | May 2014
Article | December 2019
The Family Needs Assessment is a way for any military family who has a member with special needs to create an action plan for support.
Webinar | June 2020
Introducing EFMP & Me, a tool for military families with special needs to access information and resources anywhere, anytime. Use this step-by-step tutorial to set up your free EFMP & Me account and tailor it for your family. It’s easy. …
The Department of Defense’s Office of Special Needs has launched a two-year pilot to test a new tool that assesses staffing levels for its Exceptional Family Member Program Family Support staff. The EFMP Family Support Case Management and. …
Service providers can use this toolkit to connect families to EFMP ROC, a ready, one-source access point to the Resources, Options and Consultations available to military families with special needs through Military. …
Product | August 2018
Article | April 2021
Keeping your Special Care Organizational Record organized and up to date makes it easy for you to use and ready if someone needs to step into your role as a caregiver.
Managing the care and services for a family member with special needs – whether it’s a spouse, a child or a dependent adult – is a lot easier with the right support. The best place to start is to enroll them in the military-wide Exceptional Family Member Program.