Re: Need help navigating EFMP
I would cross post this in the military forum as well. Unfortunately, I can not be of any help as we never enrolled DS in EFMP. All Tricare asked us for to cover his therapy was a copy of his IEP, and since we saw civilian docs, no one told us it was mandatory until after DH left AD and joined the reserves.
I think it is mainly supposed to be beneficial- a little more coverage and possible respite care depending on your needs. The one way I know that it can hinder you is that depending on the needs of the child it can restrict where you can be stationed (to ensure that the child is able to get the proper help/medical care.)
After struggling with PCOS, IF, and multiple miscarriages, my family is complete.
DS 2005 and DD 2007