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Moving Maryland Forward for Autism Waiver Services

Category Division Spotlight
Imperative Access, Equity, Progress
Resource Type Article

Division of Early Intervention and Special Education Services Assistant State Superintendent Marcella Franczkowski and Section Chief of Autism Waiver and Health Related Services Tiffany Hiob presented one of a series of autism waiver service provider ongoing service coordination workshops on December 13th at Baltimore City Public Schools Training Center called “Moving Maryland Forward for Autism Waiver Services.”

Maryland’s Medicaid Autism Waiver supports every local school system in Maryland to implement services to 1,200 young people diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and their families through the services of over 50 provider agencies statewide.

Learn more about Maryland’s Medicaid Autism Waiver here.

Marcella speaks with workshop attendees

Workshop attendees wave to the camera in the workshop auditorium

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