Medicaid for the Elderly, Blind or Disabled
Family Care provides long-term care services for people
who are elderly, blind or disabled. Family Care is not yet offered in
every county. The Family Care income rules are the same as the income
rules for HCBW. Family Care also provides long-term care services for
people who do not need nursing home level of care but need help to
accomplish activities of daily living and caring for their health if:
To enroll in Family Care, you must be able to enroll in
one of the previously listed Medicaid plans or the BadgerCare Plus
Family Care Partnership
Family Care Partnership is a full-benefit plan which covers health care
and long-term support services for people who are elderly or disabled.
Services are provided in the member’s home or in a setting of his or her
choice. The services this plan covers are similar to Family Care and
HCBWs except Partnership also covers acute and primary care services.
Like Family Care, the Family Care Partnership is not yet available in
Family Care Partnership enrollment rules are similar to either HCBW or Institutional Long-Term Care
(ILTC), depending on your circumstances.
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