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Adult Day Support  (261)

Something to do during the day that is not about getting a job.

Adult Family Living  (224)

A family member who lives in the same home as the person on the IO waiver and is paid to help that person take care of themselves like with the homemaker/personal care service.

Adult Foster/Shared Living  (266)

A non-family member with whom a person on an IO waiver lives and who is paid to helpthat person to take care of themselveslike with the homemaker/personal care service.

Career Planning - Assistive Technology Assessment  (2)

This service helps you find technology that can make job tasks easier.

Career Planning - Benefits Education and Analysis  (6)

This service helps you figure out how working can impact any benefits that you receive.

Career Planning - Career Discovery  (0)

This service helps you find out what you are good at and what you like to do.

Career Planning - Career Exploration  (0)

This service helps you learn about different types of jobs.

Career Planning - Employment/Self-Employment Plan  (0)

This service helps you learn about different kinds of jobs so you can decide the kind of job you want.

Career Planning - Job Development  (0)

This service helps you find a job in the community that you might like and helps you apply for it.

Career Planning - Self-Employment Launch  (0)

This service helps people that want to be self-employed or start their own business.

Career Planning - Situational Observation and Assessment  (0)

This service helps you figure out the kind of place you want to work at and the kind of job you might want.

Career Planning - Worksite Accessibility  (1)

This service helps you make changes where you work that can make your job easier for you to do.

Community Inclusion - Commercial Vehicle  (56)

A wide range of support that helps people on the SELF waiver go to community places, like groceries and other stores, group meetings with others who have a disability, or whatever can helps them be part of their comunity, including the transportation to get to and back from those activities.

Community Inclusion - Personal Assistance  (306)

A wide range of support that helps people on the SELF waiver go to community places, like groceries and other stores, group meetings with others who have a disability, or whatever can helps them be part of their comunity, including the transportation to get to and back from those activities.

Community Inclusion - Transportation  (226)

A wide range of support that helps people on the SELF waiver go to community places, like groceries and other stores, group meetings with others who have a disability, or whatever can helps them be part of their comunity, including the transportation to get to and back from those activities.

Community Respite  (152)

Short-term services so that a regular caregiver can attend to other things or take a break.

County Board  (4)

CTI - Clinical/Therapeutic Interventionist  (15)

Helps people on the SELF waiver learn how to talk with others and to deal better with behaviors so the person may be more included in their community.

CTI - Senior-Level Clinical/Therapeutic Interventionist  (5)

Helps people on the SELF waiver learn how to talk with others and to deal better with behaviors so the person may be more included in their community.

CTI - Specialized Clinical/Therapeutic Interventionist  (12)

Helps people on the SELF waiver learn how to talk with others and to deal better with behaviors so the person may be more included in their community.

Environmental Accessibility Adaptions  (67)

Changes to the home that makes it easier for people to move around or do things for themselves.

Functional Behavioral Assessment  (16)

Helps figure out why someone acts like they do and to help them.

Home Delivered Meals  (5)

Up to two meals a day brought to the home.

Homemaker Personal Care  (502)

Helps people live in the community by assisting with eating, dressing, bathing, shopping, cleaning, money management, driving and other stuff.

HPC Transportation  (445)

A ride, not to work or day services

I need help getting started  (0)

This option provides the local contact information for the county board in your local county.

Informal Respite (Family Only)  (1)

Services provided to an individual on a short-term basis because the persons who normally provide support to the individual are unavailable or need relief. Informal respite can be provided in the individual’s home, the home of a friend or family, or sites of community activity.

Intermediate Care Facility ICF/IDD  (5)

A place to live that includes 24-hour personal supports, medical services, meals and help with other things.

Interpreter  (8)

Helps people talk and listen to each other

Nonmedical Transportation - Mileage  (400)

A ride to work or day services

Nonmedical Transportation - Trip  (364)

A ride to work or day services

Nutritional Services  (8)

Helps people plan to eat healthier.

Participant - Directed Goods and Services  (0)

Things or services that others in the community also use that help people participate in their community, keep them safer or decrease the need for other Medicaid services.

Participant/Family Stability Assistance - Counseling  (16)

Training and counseling to help families live together.

Participant/Family Stability Assistance - Training  (18)

Helps the individual or the family members they reside with to best understand how to live in their home and/or direct their own services

Personal Emergency Response System  (62)

I've fallen and I can't get up-like system.

Remote Monitoring Equipment  (51)

Equipment used to operate remote monitoring systems.

Remote Monitoring Service  (75)

Technology/gadgets in the home that are monitored by someone not at the home, to help someone be more independent of staff.

Residential Respite  (128)

A place for people to live for a day or a few days, so that their regular caregiver can attend to other things or take a break.

Social Work  (50)

Social worker to help with person with emotional problems or social needs.

Specialized Medical Equipment and Supplies  (0)

Devices, controls or appliances that allow people to do daily living activities or to help them communicate; Items necessary for life support, and the supplies and equipment necessary for upkeep; and durable and non-durable equipment that is not paid for by the Medicaid State Plan.

Support Brokerage (Paid)  (7)

Assists the individual with their responsibilities in the self-directed waiver.

Vocational Habilitation  (224)

Services to develop and improve skills that will help get and keep a job. Skills like responsibility, attendance, problem solving, social interaction and safety.