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.Tell me more
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.
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.Learn more
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.Learn more
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.
This service helps your loved one develop the practical life skills necessary to live as independently and productively as possible.
A brain injury can affect personality, abilities, and relationships. Your loved one can receive counseling to help them cope with their new reality.
These individually-designed programs take place in an outpatient or community setting and cater to your loved one’s specific needs.
If your loved one is finding it hard to remain in a community setting, this service offers tools and techniques to combat behavioral difficulties.
Small changes can have a large impact. Internal or external modifications to your loved one’s home can make it safer and more accessible.
Having a caregiver can be life-altering and can give your loved one the ability to access and perform daily activities.