Discharge planning is an important part of treatment planning. This prepares beneficiaries for a successful transition once they have reached all treatment goals and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services are no longer appropriate. The ABA provider will develop a discharge plan during the treatment planning process. Once the beneficiary is ready to be discharged from the ABA provider’s care, the ABA provider will submit a discharge plan to Humana Military.
The ABA provider should provide a minimum of a 45-day notice to both parents and Humana Military prior to discharge. As part of the transition, we will authorize parent training for a six month period.