The Level One Waiver allows for minimal paid support and relies heavily on natural supports assisting people to live in community settings of their choice with supports instead of living in an institution.
Eligibility: People must meet be Medicaid-eligible and have an intermediate care facility level of care. There are no age requirements.
Services provided by the Level One Waiver include
|Homemaker/Personal Care ||Adult Day Supports|
|Participant-Directed Homemaker/Personal Care ||Vocational Habilitation|
|Remote Monitoring & Equipment||Career Planning|
|Community, Residential, and Informal Respite||Individual Employment Support|
|Non-Medical Transportation||Career Planning|
|Transportation||Individual Employment Support|
|Specialized Medical Equipment||Group Employment Support|
|Environmental Accessibility Adaptations||Home Delivered Meals|
|Personal Emergency Response Systems||Waiver Nursing Delegation|
See the handbook for a complete list of services and more information.
All publications were accurate as of the date of publication. For additional information, see Rules in Effect.