In addition to providing Medicaid services to the enrolled child, the following services are examples of those currently available with approval:
Personal Assistant Services – include personal care, household services, supervision, and respite care.
Community Connection Services – assistance to maintain a child’s connections to their community.
Behavioral Services – provided when challenging behaviors interfere with activities of daily living, social interactions, or other similar situations. Services include diagnostic evaluations, consultations with family members and professionals providing services, setting up behavior plans to be implemented by others, counseling services, behavioral interventions related to the child’s disability.
Home Modification Services – services include accessibility modifications (ramps, railings, etc.) and safety (alarms, intercoms, etc.).
Assistive Technology Services – such as safety devices, skill acquisition devices, and adaptive recreational equipment. Also included are repairs or maintenance of such devices, as well as assessment and training.
Specialized Medical Equipment and Supplies – including durable medical equipment as well as general care items such as wipes and specialized clothing. Repairs or maintenance of medical equipment, and assessment and training.