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15th Annual Chronic Illness and Disability Conference: Transition from Pediatric to Adult-Based Care
Registration is now open for the 15th Annual Chronic Illness and Disability Conference: Transition from Pediatric to Adult-Based Care, held in Houston on October 2-3, 2014. Continuing education credits will be provided for physicians, nurses, social workers, and PT/OT professionals. The full conference brochure, including agenda and registration information, may be accessed at www.BaylorCME.org/CME/1490.
Live streaming of the conference will be held across Texas and
the U.S. for individuals who are unable to attend in Houston.
Information will be sent as broadcast sites are finalized.
Scholarships are also available for youth and young adults with special health care needs and their families to attend the conference. See the flier and application below for more information.
• 15th Transition Conference Scholarship Application (PDF)
• 15th Transition Conference Scholarship Ad (PDF)
Longer Eligibility Period
Starting on September 1, 2013, eligibility for the Children with Special Health Care Needs Services Program will go to a twelve-month period. This means that renewal applications will be required only once a year instead of every six months. To align financial and medical eligibility periods, clients will need to submit a full application including a Physician/Dentist Assessment Form (PAF) the next time they renew.
Drug Benefit Changes
Effective Monday, November 12, 2012, pharmacies in Texas that have a contract with the Children with Special Health Care Needs Services Program will be able to provide a limited set of basic home health supplies to CSHCN clients. These Limited Home Health Supplies (LHHS) include diabetic test strips, lancets, insulin syringes and needles, oral electrolyte replacement fluids, hypertonic saline solution, and spacers for inhalers. More information about this change can be found on the Texas Vendor Drug website at http://www.txvendordrug.com/formulary/limited-hhs.shtml. CSHCN clients with questions about this notice may call the program at 1-800-252-8023.
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