Eligibility

Our Vision

 

Improve the quality of life for members of our communities.

 

Our Mission

 

Connecting individuals to community services and resources enabling greater independence and enhanced quality of life.

 

 

 

 

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Am I eligible for services?

 

 

 

 

To be eligible for services you must be a resident of Pennsylvania and an adult 18 years or older.

 

All Abilities provides service coordination for individuals who are physically disabled or with a severe developmental physical disability residing in the community or a Nursing Facility and who require care in three or more major life activities including self-care, understanding and use of language, learning, mobility, self-direction and Independent Living. Participants must meet financial requirements.

 

For those applicants with physical disabilities who are 18-59 years of age, you may contact the PA Independent Enrollment Broker at 1.877.550.4227 to discuss enrollment.

If you are 59 years of age or older, please contact your local Area Agency on Aging or Aging Services office.  Once you are found eligible for services, All Abilities, Inc. can be selected as your service provider.

 

 When you select All Abilities as your provider, you are selecting a local and trusted service coordination provider who will help you develop the best plan for your unique needs and will partner with you every step of the way.

 

Step by Step Enrollment Process for Adults 18-59 Years of Age.

  • Make a referral to Pa Independent Enrollment Broker (IEB). By calling 877-550-4227.
  • Service enrollment may take time to process and be sure to clarify with the Independent Enrollment Broker.
  • IEB will set up an in-home assessment.
  • IEB assessor meets with the individual and completes an initial assessment and determines if eligible for Home and Community Based Services. IEB offers the individual a choice of a Service Coordination Agency to facilitate services (offered at IEB’s initial visit).
  • IEB facilitates with the individual's physician to obtain a Physician's Certificate to certify the primary diagnosis and length of the disability.
  • Once Physician's Certificate is obtained, IEB will make a request to the AAA to have a Level of Care Assessment (LOCA) completed in order to determine medical eligibility for Waiver services.
  • After LOCA is completed, IEB will make a request to the local County Assistance Office to determine if individual meets the Home and Community Based Service income guidelines.
  • After this information is gathered the IEB submits your information to the Office of Long Term Living (OLTL) who will determine which waiver meets the individual’s needs
  • Individual will receive notification that that were approved for Home and Community Based services and assigned to their chosen Service Coordination agency
  • The Service Coordinator will meet with the individual and assist help in developing their Individual Service Plan that will meet their needs
  • he Service Coordinator will submit your Individual Service Plan to the Office of Long Term Living for approval.
  • When the plan is approved, the service coordinator and direct care provider will contact the individual for services to start in their home.

 

Step by Step Enrollment Process for Adults 59 Years of Age and Older.

  • Call your local Area Agency on Aging (AAA)
  • AAA assessor meets with the individual and completes an initial assessment and determines if eligible for Home and Community Based Services. AAA offers the individual a choice of a Service Coordination Agency to facilitate services (offered at AAA’s initial visit).
  • AAA facilitates with the individual's physician to obtain a Physician's Certificate to certify the primary diagnosis and length of the disability.
  • Once Physician's Certificate is obtained, AAA will make a request to the AAA to have a Level of Care Assessment (LOCA) completed in order to determine medical eligibility for Waiver services.
  • After LOCA is completed, AAA will make a request to the local County Assistance Office to determine if individual meets the Home and Community Based Service income guidelines.
  • After this information is gathered the AAA submits your information to the Office of Long Term Living (OLTL) who will determine if waiver services meet the individual’s needs.
  • Individual will receive notification that that were approved for Home and Community Based services and assigned to their chosen Service Coordination agency.
  • The Service Coordinator will meet with the individual and assist help in developing their Individual Service Plan that will meet their needs.
  • The Service Coordinator will submit your Individual Service Plan to the Office of Long Term Living for approval.
  • When the plan is approved, the service coordinator and direct care provider will contact the individual for services to start in their home.