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Lincoln –A return to normal means some of the programs in the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) will see changes as the State of Emergency and Executive Orders that have been effective conclude.
All services will be delivered as described in the Home and Community-Based Service (HCBS) waivers for those in need of long-term care, whether care takes place in their own home or a community setting, unless the participant's team approves virtual services. This includes Habilitative Workshop, Adult Day Services, Habilitative Community Inclusion, Independent Living and Supported Family Living.
Groups of three living in a Shared Living and Host Home, Independent Living, and Supported Family living will need prior approval by DDD Central Office.
New flexibilities for tele-monitoring, now called virtual services, will be allowed for some DDD services. Separate guidance will be issued on virtual services.
Questions regarding the developmental disabilities waivers, services delivered under Appendix K, or changes affecting providers can be sent to DHHS.DDProviderRelations@nebraska.gov.