Medicaid waiver programs provide services and supports to persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) who live in their own home, in their family’s home, or in other home-like settings in the community. These programs are called “waivers” because the typical financial eligibility requirements necessary to qualify for Medicaid are waived due to the person’s disability. These waivers can be an invaluable lifetime resource for your loved one with IDD. Click below for an explanation of these programs and how to apply.
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