1 LONG TERM SERVICE AND SUPPORTS (LTSS) Program Overview Health Alliance Connect Long Term Services and Supports program is for members who have been determined eligible for a Home and Community Based Service (HCBS) waiver program or the Nursing Facility program. The Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (HFS) has several waiver services for people who qualify. These services are available in addition to medical and behavioral health benefits. Health Alliance has contracted with HFS to provide eligible enrollees five of the waiver programs in the following counties in Illinois: Champaign, Christian, De Witt, Ford, Knox, Logan, Macon, McLean, Menard, Peoria, Piatt, Sangamon, Stark, Tazewell and Vermilion. Eligibility Health Alliance Connect does not decide whether you are eligible for the Waiver or Nursing Home programs. Either the Department on Aging or the Department of Rehabilitative Services determines eligibility. If you are eligible, you will be asked to choose a plan. If you do not make a choice, a plan will be chosen for you. The following are some of the eligibility requirements: Be a resident of the State of Illinois Be a citizen of the United States or a legally admitted alien Have a DON score of 29 points or more Have less than $17,500 in assets or $35,000 family assets for a child under the age of 18 Needs will be met at a cost less than or equal to the cost of nursing services in an institutional setting Fully cooperate with the Medicaid application process and maintain Medicaid eligibility. If you do not meet or maintain your eligibility requirements according to the Department standards, you may be removed from the waiver program. Your eligibility Department will tell you, in writing, if you are no longer eligible. It will tell you the date you will be removed from the waiver program. The Department will tell Health Alliance Connect your removal date. Care Management Service You will be assigned a Nurse Care Manager at the time you are enrolled. Your Nurse Care Manager will work with you, your family or your guardian to help you figure out your needs and find the right services to meet those needs. If you are in the Persons who are Elderly Waiver or the Persons with Disabilities Waiver, your Nurse Care Manager will visit you at least once every three months. If you are in the Persons with Brain Injury Waiver, your Nurse Care Manager will contact you at least once every month. If you are in the Persons with HIV/AIDS Waiver, your Nurse Care Manager will contact you at least three times a month, and at least one time will be in person. If you live in your own home or in a Supportive Living setting, your Nurse Care Manager will do an assessment visit and service plan with you every three months. If you live in a Nursing Facility, your Nurse Care Manager will do an assessment visit and service plan with you every six months. Your Nurse Care Manager can visit you more if your needs change. At each assessment visit, your Nurse Care Manager will ask you questions to learn more about you. He or she will ask about your strengths and what you can do and what you need help with. He/she will work with you and your family, as you decide what services meet your needs. caid-spdltss-0813
2 If you live in a Nursing Facility, your Nurse Care Manager will approve your Long Term Care stay. Your Nurse Care Manager will work with you and your family to see if you can return to a community setting with services and supports. If you live in the community, your Nurse Care Manager will help get the services you need based on your waiver program. You will have case management services as long as you are a Health Alliance Connect member and in a nursing facility or in an HCBS Waiver program. Nursing Facility Service A Nursing Facility (NF) sometimes goes by different names, like Nursing Home, Long Term Care Facility or Skilled Nursing Facility. A Nursing Facility is a licensed facility that gives skilled nursing or long-term care services after you have been in the hospital. These facilities have services that meet both the medical and non-medical needs of residents who need help and support to care for themselves because of a chronic illness or disability. They provide care for things like dressing, bathing, using the bathroom, meals, laundry and more. In a nursing facility, the employees will take care of your medications and order refills for you. If you live in a Nursing Facility, you will need to pay a Share of Cost or Patient Credit. The State decides what your Patient Credit total will be, based on your income and your expenses. If you have questions, your Nurse Care Manager can help you understand your Patient Credit. You will need to pay the Patient Credit to the Nursing Facility each month. Home and Community Based Services and Waivers Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) help you live in your own home or in a community setting. Your Nurse Care Manager will work with you, your family or guardian to find the right types of service. The Nurse Care Manager will also work to find the right amount of those services and how long you will get them. Not all services will be right for you. Once you agree to these services, your Nurse Care Manager will work to set them up for you. The HCBS Waiver programs are below. The services available are next to each program. The definitions of services are listed at the end of this list. Note These services cannot be given to you while you are in a hospital or nursing home. Health Alliance Connect needs to preauthorize these services. Waiver Program Elderly Waiver Aging Waiver Community Care Program Persons with Disabilities Waiver Physical Disabilities Waiver Services Adult Day Service Adult Day Service Transportation Homemaker Personal Emergency Response System Adult Day Service Adult Day Service Transportation Environmental Accessibility Adaptations-Home Home-Delivered Meals Home Health Aide Homemaker Nursing-Skilled Nursing-Intermittent Personal Assistant Personal Emergency Response System Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy Respite Specialized Medical Equipment and Supplies
3 Waiver Program Persons with Brain Injury Waiver Brain Injury Waiver TBI Waiver People with HIV or AIDS Waiver AIDS Waiver Supportive Living Program Waiver (SLP) Services Adult Day Service Adult Day Service Transportation Environmental Accessibility Adaptations-Home Home-Delivered Meals Homemaker Home Health Aide Nursing-Skilled Nursing-Intermittent Personal Assistant Personal Emergency Response System Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy Respite Specialized Medical Equipment and Supplies Supported Employment Prevocational Services Day Habilitation Behavioral Therapies Adult Day Service Adult Day Service Transportation Environmental Accessibility Adaptations-Home Home-Delivered Meals Home Health Aide Homemaker Nursing-Skilled Nursing-Intermittent Personal Assistant Personal Emergency Response System Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy Respite Specialized Medical Equipment and Supplies Assisted Living Service Supportive Living Facility Waiver (SLF) Adaptive Equipment This service includes devices, controls or appliances, explained in the plan of care, which helps you increase your ability to do daily living tasks or to perceive, control or communicate with the environment in which they live. Adult Day Health Also known as Adult Day Service This is a daytime community-based program for adults not living in Supported Living Facilities. Adult Day Service offers different kinds of social, recreational, health, nutrition and related support services in a protective setting. This service includes rides to and from the center and lunch. Behavioral Services These services are behavioral therapies to help members with brain injuries in managing their behavior and thinking functions and to increase their ability to live independently.
4 Day Habilitation Also known as Habilitation This service gives members with brain injuries training on independent living skills, like help with gaining, maintaining or improving self-help, socialization and adaptive skills. This service also helps the member gain or maintain maximum functional level. Personal Emergency Response System This electronic equipment gives members 24-hour access to help in an emergency. The equipment is connected to your phone line and calls the response center and/ or other forms of help once the help button is pressed. Environmental Accessibility Adaptations These are physical modifications (changes) to a member s home. The modifications must be necessary to support the health, welfare and safety of the member and to help the member function with more independence in their home. Without the modification, a member would need some type of institutionalized living arrangement, like a nursing facility or assisted living. Modifications that do not help the member s safety or independence are not included as part of this service. This includes things like new carpet, roof repair, central air or home additions. Home-Delivered Meals Prepared food brought to the member s home that may consist of a heated lunch meal and a dinner meal (or both), which can be refrigerated and eaten later. This service is for members who cannot prepare their own meals but are able to feed themselves. Home Health Aide A person who works under the supervision of a medical professional, nurse or physical therapist to help the member with basic health services like help with medication, nursing care, physical, occupational and speech therapy. Homemaker In-home caregiver hired through an agency. The caregiver helps with housekeeping jobs like meal preparation, shopping, light housekeeping and laundry. The caregiver can also help with hands-on personal care jobs like personal hygiene, bathing, grooming and feeding. Nursing Intermittent This service focuses on long-term needs instead of short-term acute healing needs. These services include weekly insulin syringes or medi-set set up for members unable to do this for themselves. These services are given instead of a hospitalization or a nursing facility stay. A doctor s order is required for this service. Nursing Skilled This service gives skilled nursing services to a member in their home for short-term acute healing needs, with the goal of restoring and maintaining a member s maximal level of function and health. These services are provided instead of a hospitalization or a nursing facility stay. A doctor s order is required for this service. Personal Assistant In-home caregiver hired and managed by the member. The member must be able to manage different parts of being an employer, like hiring the caregiver, managing their time and timesheets and completing other employee paperwork. The caregiver helps with housekeeping jobs like meal preparation, shopping, light housekeeping and laundry. The caregiver can also help with hands-on personal care jobs like personal hygiene, bathing, grooming and feeding. Personal assistants can include other independent direct care givers like RNs, LPNs and Home Health Aides. Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy Also known as Rehabilitation Services Services to improve and/or restore a person s functioning; includes physical therapy, occupational therapy and/ or speech therapy.
5 Prevocational Services This service is for members with brain injuries. It gives work experiences and training to help people develop skills needed for employment in the general workforce. Services include teaching concepts like compliance (following the rules), attendance, task completion, problem-solving and safety. Respite This service provides relief for unpaid family or primary caregivers who are meeting all the needs of the member. The respite caregiver helps the member with all daily needs when the family or primary caregiver is not there. Respite can be provided by a homemaker, personal assistant, nurse or in an adult day health center. Supported Employment Supported employment includes activities needed to maintain paid work by people who get waiver services, including supervision and training. Supportive Living Program Also known as Supportive Living Service A supportive living facility is a housing option that gives members with many support services to meet the member s needs to help keep them as independent as possible. Examples of support services to meet those needs include: housekeeping, personal care, medication oversight, shopping and social programs. Supportive living does not offer complex medical services or supports. Freedom of Choice You have the choice of nursing facility placement, supportive facility placement or home and community based services. You also have the right to choose not to receive services. You can choose which provider/agency you want to give you your Long Term Services and Supports. Your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager will go over a list with you of agencies approved to give these services in your service area. Your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager will work with you to participate in your service plan development and in choosing types of services and providers to meet your needs. You will get a copy of each service plan and any changes to the plan. The services that you get are for needs listed on your service plan. They are not for the needs of other people in your home. Personal Assistant Service Depending on your Waiver, you may be able to choose the Personal Assistant (PA) service. If you choose to use Personal Assistant service, you should request a criminal background check on potential employees. Home Services Program (HSP) will cover the cost of the background check, and it will not affect your services. You will get a Member (customer) packet and a PA (employee) packet. You should keep copies of paperwork in your Member packet folder. If you hire a PA, it is your responsibility to make sure to do the things listed below. You need to complete and submit all necessary documentation to the local HSP office before your PA starts working. This includes information in both the Member and PA packets. You need to select a PA who has the physical ability to do the tasks under your direction, and the PA will not have a medical condition which will be aggravated by the job requirements. You need to give a copy of and review your Health Alliance Connect Service Plan with your PA so they understand your needs and hours approved. You will review the Time Sheet with your PA to make sure the information is correct before you turn it in, and only approve hours actually worked by the PA for payment.
6 Time Sheets will not be pre-signed or submitted before the last day worked in a billing period. Complete the PA s Last Day of Employment form (in your packet) and send to the HSP office when any PA s employment ends. Notify the HSP office within 24 hours of any event that results in injury to the PA at work. Complete the Report of Injury to a Provider form (in your packet) and mail or fax it to the HSP office within 24 hours after you reported it. If you need a Personal Assistant where you work or to go on vacation, you must first call your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager to request and get approval for paid services. As a member of Health Alliance Connect Long Term Services and Supports program, you have these rights and responsibilities: Your Rights Non-discrimination You cannot be discriminated against because of race, color, nation origin, religion, sex, ancestry, marital status, physical or mental disability, unfavorable military discharge or age. If you feel you have been discriminated against, you have the right to file a complaint with Health Alliance Connect by calling our Client Services toll-free at , or by faxing or sending us a letter: Health Alliance Connect Attn: Grievance and Appeals Dept. 301 South Vine Street, Urbana, IL Fax #: If you can t call or write the letter yourself, you can have someone do it for you. Confidentiality All information about you and your case is confidential (kept private) and can be used only for reasons directly related to treatment, payment and operation of the program including: Establishing your initial and continuing eligibility Establishing the extent of your assets, your income and the determination of your service needs Finding and making needed services and resources available to you Assuring your health and safety No information about you can be used for any other reason unless you have signed a Release of Information form. Freedom of Choice You can choose which provider/agency you want to give you your Long Term Services and Supports. Your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager will review a list with you of providers approved by the Department of Rehabilitative Services and the Department of Aging to give services in your service area. You also have the right to choose not to receive services. Transfer to other Provider/Agency You can request to transfer (move) from one provider to another. If you want to transfer, you should call your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager to arrange the transfer. Temporary Change in Residence If you will be temporarily living in another place in Illinois and want to continue to get services, call your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager. Your Nurse Care Manager will help you by arranging service transfer to your temporary location.
7 Service Plan Your Service Plan establishes the type of service, the number of hours of service, how often the service will be given and the dates the service are approved. Your provider cannot change your Service Plan. If you need a change in services, you need to call your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager to look over your needs and make changes to your Service Plan. If you want more services than your Service Plan allows You can ask your provider to give you more services than what s listed on your Service Plan, but you will have to pay 100% of the cost of those extra services. Quality of Service If you do not believe your provider/caregiver is following your Service Plan, of if your caregiver does not come to your home as scheduled, or if your caregiver is always late, you should call the caregiver agency and talk to your caregiver s supervisor. If the problem is not fixed, you should call your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager. If the problem is still not fixed, you should call the Health Alliance Connect toll-free number, which is listed on the first page of this handout, to file a grievance (complaint). Your Responsibilities Non-Discrimination of Caregivers You cannot discriminate against your caregivers because of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, ancestry, marital status, physical or mental disability, unfavorable military discharge or age. To do so is a Federal offense (illegal). Reporting Changes When you become enrolled in the Long Term Services and Supports program, you must report these changes: Change Changes to your services or service needs Change of address or phone number (Even if only temporary) Change in number of family members Changes to your income Within 30 calendar days of the change Report To Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager Enrollment Agency Enrollment Agency Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager Enrollment Agency Financial Benefits Your Long Term Services and Supports program is paid by Medicaid, a federally funded program monitored by Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (HFS). Federal law allows HFS to recover the Medicaid assistance paid out for Long Term Services and Supports through what is known as Medicaid Estate Recovery. To recover the Medicaid assistance paid out for your LTSS services, HFS can file a claim against your estate, which includes real and personal property. If you are married, HFS cannot try to recover its claim against your estate until after your husband or wife had died. Your husband or wife will be allowed to keep your home and other real and personal property until his/her death. HFS can try to recover money from your estate equal to the amount of Medicaid assistance paid out for your LTSS services. For more information ask your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager. Hospital or Nursing Home Admission If you are entering a hospital, nursing home or other institution for any reason, you or your representative should tell your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager before or as soon as possible after you have entered the facility. Your services cannot be given while you are in these facilities, but they can be given as soon as you go home. Tell your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager when you will be sent home, so he or she can check on what services you need.
8 If you are hospitalized or in a nursing home or other facility for more than 60 calendar days, your enrollment in your home and community waiver may be ended. If you are interested in going home and need services, call your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager to help you reestablish your in-home services and requesting reapplication to the home and community waiver. Absent from Home You can t get LTSS services if you re not home. If you are away from your home for any reason for more than 60 calendar days, your case will be referred to your Enrollment Agency for possible termination (removal) from the waiver program. You need to tell your caregiver or provider if you plan to be away from your home when your scheduled services are supposed to happen. This could include if you will be at a doctor s appointment, a general outing or on a short vacation. Tell your caregiver or provider when you will be gone and when you plan to return, so they can start services again when you are back. If you will be gone for a long time, give your caregiver/provider and your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager your temporary phone number and address, in case they need to reach you. You must Cooperate in the Delivery of Services To help your caregivers, you need to: Tell your caregiver/provider at least one day in advance if you will be away from home on the day you are supposed to get a service. Allow the authorized caregiver into your home. Allow the caregiver to give the services authorized on your Service Plan you approved. Do not require the caregiver to do more or less than what is on your Service Plan. If you want to change your Service Plan, call your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager. Your caregiver cannot change your Service Plan. You and others in your home should not harm or threaten to harm the caregiver or display any weapons. Not cooperating, as described above, may result in the suspension or termination of your LTSS services. Your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager will work with you and the caregiver to create a Care Management agreement to restart your services. Reporting Abuse, Neglect, Exploitation or Unusual Incidents You can call the Department of Public Health to get information on Certified Nursing Assistants or the Department of Financial and Professional Regulation for information on any LPN or RN who you want to hire. They can tell you if the person has been accused of abuse, neglect or theft. If you are the victim of abuse, neglect or exploitation, you should report this to your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager right away. You should also report the issue to one of the following agencies based on your age or placement. All reports to these agencies are confidential, and anonymous reports are accepted. Nursing Home Hotline Illinois Department of Public Health Nursing Home Hotline is for reporting complaints about hospitals, nursing facilities and home health agencies, and the care or lack of care of the patients. Adult Protective Services (TTY ) The Illinois Adult Protective Services Hotline is to report allegations of abuse, neglect or exploitation for persons with disabilities and for people 60 years old and over. Your Health Alliance Connect Nurse Care Manager will give you two brochures on reporting Elder Abuse and Exploitation. You can request new copies of these brochures at any time.
9 Illinois law defines abuse, neglect and exploitation as: Physical abuse Inflicting physical pain or injury upon a senior or person with disabilities. Sexual abuse Touching, fondling, intercourse or any other sexual activity with a senior or person with disabilities, when the person is unable to understand, unwilling to consent, threatened or physically forced. Emotional abuse Verbal assaults, threats of abuse, harassment or intimidation. Confinement Restraining or isolating the person, other than for medical reasons. Passive neglect The caregiver s failure to give a senior or person with disabilities things they need to live, including, but not limited to, food, clothing, shelter (housing) or medical care. Willful deprivation Willfully denying a senior or person with disabilities medication, medical care, shelter, food, a therapeutic device or other physical assistance, and thereby exposing that adult to the risk of physical, mental or emotional harm except when the person has said they want to do without such care. Financial exploitation The misuse or withholding of a senior or person with disabilities resources to the disadvantage of the person or the profit or advantage of someone else. Grievances and Appeals For information on Grievances and Appeals, please look at the section on Grievances and Appeals in your Member Handbook.
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Medicare and Home Health Care This is the official government booklet that explains... How to find and compare home health agencies. The Medicare home health benefit and who is eligible. What is covered
The Arizona State Hospital The Arizona State Hospital is the only long-term inpatient psychiatric facility in Arizona. Before ordering that you receive treatment at the Arizona State Hospital, the court
Help at Home: Choices in Home Health Care & Support Services Part of an educational series about long-term care choices in Broome County. Information you can count on. Assistance you can trust. This Series
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The Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court I. General Information The juvenile and domestic relations district court handles cases involving: Juveniles accused of delinquent acts, traffic infractions
Child Abuse, Child Neglect: What Out of Home Caregivers Should Know if They Are Investigated Written by South Carolina Appleseed Legal Justice Center With editing and assistance from the Children s Law
Medicare and Home Care: Eligibility and Coverage Printed in USA Arcadia Home Care & Staffing More than 90% of older Americans currently rely on Medicare to cover at least some of their health care needs,