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Aging
... homes or assisted living facilities. They also arrange for services for older people who need a help staying home. And they support ... programs, such as those provided by local area agencies on aging , are available to everyone who is 60 or older. However, other services, ...

Long-term Care
... care, housekeeping or preparing meals – are candidates for long-term care services. Long-termCare.gov estimates that as many as 70 percent of people ...

Long-term Care for People with Medical or Physical Disabilities
... You have limited income and assets. You show a need for services. You be a U.S. citizen or a qualified legal alien who lives in ... those programs will need to use their own money or possibly long-term care insurance to pay for assisted living. You can learn more about ...

Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities (IDD) - Long-term Care
... Independent living The Explanation of IDD Services and Supports (PDF) describes programs to help people with IDD. ... Who Monitors ICF/IIDs? The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) certifies ICF/IIDs and inspects each ...

Appendix B: Descriptions of HCB Programs
... of three managed care systems. State Plan Entitlement services All are available statewide. Primary Home Care (PHC) ... managed care programs will serve about 40% of Texans who are aging and/or have physical disabilities who receive Medicaid long term services ...

SKOPH, Glossary
... a previously authorized service; the failure to provide services in a timely manner; the denial in whole or in part of payment for ... these, the phrase "covered services" means all health care, long term services and supports, or dental services or items that the MCO must ...

SPOPH, Glossary
... of a previously authorized service; failure to provide services in a timely manner; denial in whole or in part of payment for a ... these, the phrase "covered services" means all health care, long term services and supports, or dental services or items that the MCO must ...