The New York State Department of Health (DOH) Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) waiver program provides services to persons with a TBI. HouseCalls Home Care will help persons with a TBI live in the community setting of their choice. This program is funded by Medicaid.
The NHTD waiver program is a home and community-based program that helps New York´s Medicaid-eligible seniors and people with physical disabilities receive comprehensive services they need while they live in a community-based setting, rather than in a nursing home, congregate care setting, or other institution.
HouseCalls Home Care provide services to program participants based on their unique strengths, needs, choices, and goals. The participants are the primary decision makers. Participants choose the services they receive, the service providers they will work with, and the outcomes they will achieve.
Contingent upon the availability of funds, waiver participants may also be eligible for a state-funded housing subsidy to help them live in the community. The subsidy is administered through the NHTD program; however, the provision of housing is not a waiver service.
The NHTD Medicaid waiver was developed based on the philosophy that individuals with physical disabilities and seniors have the same rights as others. This includes the right to be in control of their own lives, encounter and manage risks and learn from their experiences. This is balanced with the waiver program´s responsibility to ensure the waiver participants´ health and welfare in the community.
We are happy to provide you access to the health care services you need in the privacy and comfort of your own home. We prie ourselves on providing the best quaity care with our compassionate health care professionals.
We look forward to meeting you and providing you with the quality care you expect and deserve.