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Family Care: Benefits

Family Care offers a full range of long-term care services. When a person enrolls in Family Care, they join a managed care organization (MCO). MCOs get members services based on need, situation, and preference. If you enroll in Family Care, your MCO will give you a full list of benefits.

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Services for Family Care Members

Family Care benefits can include any of the listed services.

  • Adaptive aids
  • Adult day care
  • Alcohol and other drug abuse day treatment services (in all settings except hospital-based or physician-provided)
  • Alcohol and other drug abuse services (except those provided by a physician or on an inpatient basis)
  • Assistive technology/communication aids
  • Care/case management (including assessment and care planning)
  • Community Support Programs (except physician-provided)
  • Consultative clinical and therapeutic services for caregivers
  • Consumer education and training
  • Counseling and therapeutic resources
  • Daily living skills training
  • Day services/treatment
  • Durable medical equipment and medical supplies (except for hearing aids and prosthetics)
  • Employment, community, and nonmedical transportation (except ambulance)
  • Financial management services
  • Home delivered meals
  • Home health
  • Home modifications
  • Housing counseling
  • Mental health day treatment services (in all settings)
  • Mental health services (except those provided by a physician or on an inpatient basis)
  • Nursing home, including Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and Institution for Mental Disease (coverage is for people under age 21, or 65 and older)
  • Nursing services (including respiratory care, intermittent, and private duty nursing)
  • Occupational therapy (in all settings except for inpatient hospital)
  • Personal care
  • Personal emergency response system
  • Physical therapy (in all settings except for inpatient hospital)
  • Prevocational services
  • Relocation services
  • Residential services
    • Adult family home
    • Community-based residential facility
    • Residential care apartment complex
  • Respite care
  • Self-directed personal care
  • Skilled nursing services, registered nurse/licensed practical nurse
  • Specialized medical equipment and supplies
  • Speech and language pathology services (in all settings except for inpatient hospital)
  • Supported employment
  • Supportive home care
  • Training services for unpaid caregivers
  • Vocational futures planning
Last revised July 11, 2022