Wellness Coordination

(Tier 1, 2 & 3)

Wellness Coordination is based on the level of care the individual requires. Our nurses are highly trained professionals who oversee the overall healthcare needs of the individuals served through physical assessments, risk plans, monitoring of all flow sheets and medication administration. Wellness Coordination is available to Individuals not in our residential services also.

Daily Habilitation Individual

(DHI)

Daily Habilitative Services: Any activities of the client’s choice performed one on one. These activities can include but not limited to: hobbies, leisure activities, educational activities, public events, maintaining contact with family and friends. Training and education in self direction designed to help participants achieve one or more of the following outcomes:

o Develop self-advocacy skills;
o Exercise civil rights;
o Acquire skills that enable the ability to exercise self-control and responsibility over services and supports received or needed; and
o Acquire skills that enable the participant to become more independent, integrated or productive in the community.

Medical Waiver

A.I.D. of Indiana is an approved Medicaid Waiver Provider through the Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services or BDDS. All services outlined below require an approved Medicaid Waiver. There are two types of Waivers in which these services may be obtained through A.I.D. Residential Services; Family Support Waiver (FSW) or Community Integration Habilitation Waiver (CIH). To apply for a waiver or to learn more information about services provided in the state of Indiana through the Waiver Program visit the DDRS website.

Respite

Respite services provide a much needed “break” for family and caregivers who are the primary care for the individual served. Respite can occur in your home or in another designated location.

Transportation

Transportation services are provided to all non-medical locations in which the individual may need/wish to go. This service cannot be billed for transport to medical appointments though A.I.D. of Indiana will ensure adequate transportation for all medical needs.

Participant Assistance Care

PAC services are home or community based services in which staff assist the individual to learn more independent living skills based on their needs.

Wellness Coordination

(Tier 1, 2 & 3)

Wellness Coordination is based on the level of care the individual requires. Our nurses are highly trained professionals who oversee the overall healthcare needs of the individuals served through physical assessments, risk plans, monitoring of all flow sheets and medication administration. Wellness Coordination is available to Individuals not in our residential services also.

Daily Habilitation Individual

(DHI)

Daily Habilitative Services: Any activities of the client’s choice performed one on one. These activities can include but not limited to: hobbies, leisure activities, educational activities, public events, maintaining contact with family and friends. Training and education in self direction designed to help participants achieve one or more of the following outcomes:

o Develop self-advocacy skills;
o Exercise civil rights;
o Acquire skills that enable the ability to exercise self-control and responsibility over services and supports received or needed; and
o Acquire skills that enable the participant to become more independent, integrated or productive in the community.

Medical Waiver

A.I.D. of Indiana is an approved Medicaid Waiver Provider through the Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services or BDDS. All services outlined below require an approved Medicaid Waiver. There are two types of Waivers in which these services may be obtained through A.I.D. Residential Services; Family Support Waiver (FSW) or Community Integration Habilitation Waiver (CIH). To apply for a waiver or to learn more information about services provided in the state of Indiana through the Waiver Program visit the DDRS website.

Respite

Respite services provide a much needed “break” for family and caregivers who are the primary care for the individual served. Respite can occur in your home or in another designated location.

Transportation

Transportation services are provided to all non-medical locations in which the individual may need/wish to go. This service cannot be billed for transport to medical appointments though A.I.D. of Indiana will ensure adequate transportation for all medical needs.

Participant Assistance Care

PAC services are home or community based services in which staff assist the individual to learn more independent living skills based on their needs.

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