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State Waiver Programs

A professional level of care in the safety and warmth of home

With the TBI and NHTD state waiver programs, your loved one can receive the high level of care they need in the place where they’re happiest.

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It's our privilege to help care for your loved one. If you think they may qualify, please call us for more information about the program.
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You want your loved one to be able to live in their home.

That they are elderly, disabled, or suffer from a traumatic brain injury doesn’t change that.

Why should they lose the chance to spend time with family and friends?
To enjoy any personal independence? To be part of the wider community?

You don’t want to move them to a facility or nursing home — but how else can you ensure they receive the care and support they need every day?

The TBI and NHTD Medicaid programs make it possible for your loved one to stay in their home, where they feel most comfortable, while still receiving the high-standard of care they deserve.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Medicaid Waiver

This program provides the support and services necessary to enable people with brain injuries to live at home or in the setting of their choice so they can enjoy higher quality of life.

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Nursing Home Transition and Diversion (NHTD) Medicaid Waiver

This program provides the support and services necessary to enable senior citizens, or those living with a disability, to remain in their community so they can remain integrated in the community.

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Traumatic Brain Injury Medicaid Waiver

Under the Traumatic Brain Injury Medicaid Waiver, your loved one can access the aid and assistance they need to remain in the community. Brain injury is devastating, and it can be hard to look forward to the future. The TBI Waiver makes it possible to look forward, and move forward, to a more productive and independent life — both at home and in the community.
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Service Coordination

Your loved one will have the freedom to choose a service plan that suits their needs. We’ll support them in reaching their goals so they can live safely in the community.

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Independent Living Skills Training

This service helps your loved one develop the practical life skills necessary to live as independently and productively as possible.

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Community Integration

A brain injury can affect personality, abilities, and relationships. Your loved one can receive counseling to help them cope with their new reality.

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Structured Day Programs

These individually-designed programs take place in an outpatient or community setting and cater to your loved one’s specific needs.

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Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

If your loved one is finding it hard to remain in a community setting, this service offers tools and techniques to combat behavioral difficulties.

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Environment Modification

Small changes can have a large impact. Internal or external modifications to your loved one’s home can make it safer and more accessible.

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Personal Aides

Having a caregiver can be life-altering and can give your loved one the ability to access and perform daily activities.

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Nursing Home Transition and Diversion (NHTD) Medicaid Waiver

Does your loved one require a nursing-home level of care? The NHTD Waiver gives them the power to make their own decisions about the support they receive. Whether they are elderly or disabled, this program makes it possible for your loved one to remain in the community, surrounded by those who know and love them, while receiving the care and support they need.
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Service Coordination

Your loved one will have the freedom to choose a service plan that suits their needs. We’ll support them in reaching their goals so they can live safely in the community.

Peach and green cartoon house

Environment Modification

Small changes can have a large impact. Internal or external modifications to your loved one’s home can make it safer and more accessible.

Home health aide nurse

Personal Aides

Having a caregiver can be life-altering and can give your loved one the ability to access and perform daily activities.

Washer machine graphic

Independent Living Skills Training

This service helps your loved one develop the practical life skills necessary to live as independently and productively as possible.

Calendar graphic with sun

Structured Day Programs

These individually-designed programs take place in an outpatient or community setting and cater to your loved one’s specific needs.

two hands upholding blue heart illustrative

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

If behavioral difficulties are making it difficult for your loved one to remain in a community setting, this service can promote better behavior and responses

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Nutritional Counseling

Nutritional counseling assesses the participant’s nutritional needs and offers education and counseling to meet their goals.

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Community Integration

A brain injury can affect personality, abilities, and relationships. Your loved one can receive counseling to help them cope with their new reality.

Speak to a home care specialist
“Attending was the only agency that was able to make happen
"We tried to get 24/7 care covered by insurance for years and Attending was the only agency that was able to make it happen. Now we have peace of mind that dad is home, where he wants to be, and safe at all times!”
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Get started in 3 simple steps
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Reach out

Our team is ready to answer your questions and guide you through this process. Call us today at 718-940-4900 x 240 to schedule a free consultation.

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Get support

Our specialists will guide you in finding the support services that can enhance your loved one’s quality of life.

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Receive care

We’ll assist you in applying for support and services so your loved one can start receiving care in their home.

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Leave your information here, and we'll reach out to you within 24 hours. Or give us a call at (718)-831-2200.

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