What We Are
The Medicaid Waiver Program is a long term alternative to nursing home placement that provide services enabling an individual to remain or to return to their homes.
Case Management includes the coordination of services that are individually planned and arranged for clients whose needs may be life-long. The practice of Case Management helps to avoid duplication and provision of unnecessary services and to assure a balance of services. The program promotes independence and care for each client in the least restrictive setting and therefore enhancing each person's quality of life.
- Qualifies for medicaid card through the Department of Health & Human Resources
- Evaluation of Social environment and support needs
- An individual Service Coordination Plan developed for the specific needs of each client
- A Case Manager to act as an Advocate and Coordinator of each Client’s care
- Provide assistance with program enrollment and program information to potential clients
- Help direct care that is a reflection of each clients needs and wishes
- Respite for family members who may have been providing all of the clients care
- Promote community awareness of services available
Elderly and disabled individuals (18 years of age and older) who meet medical and financial guildelines as set forth by the Department of Health and Human Services.