As a participant in Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Waiver services, there are many community-based services you may choose. The services available to you are based on which waiver you have.
What services are available to you depend on which Medicaid HCBS waiver you have. HCBS Waivers Available for Eligible People looks at the four waivers and includes a chart of services by waiver.
AD Waiver services help people who are aged or have disabilities. Services meet needs while the participant lives where they choose.
AD Waiver services include:
CDD Waiver services help people of all ages who have developmental disabilities. Services maximizes independence as participants live, work and socialize in their communities.
CDD Waiver services include:
The DD Policy Manual Chapter 8 gives CDD Waiver service definitions.
DDAD Waiver services help people ages 21 and over who have developmental disabilities. Services maximize participants' independence to work in their communities. There is a focus on competitive, integrated employment.
DDAD Waiver services include:
The DD Policy Manual Chapter 8 gives DDAD Waiver services definitions.
The TBI Waiver provides specialized assisted living, which includes assistance with personal care activities and activities of daily living, such as:
When you are on a waiver, a Service Coordinator provides case management to coordinate and oversee your services.
Your Service Coordinator:
Who provides your Service Coordinator depends on which waiver you have:
You can choose the provider(s) you want to work with. There are different types of providers available for Medicaid HCBS waiver services.