Accomplishments of the State-Based P&A System Under the Federal PATBI Grant

Continuing Efforts Related to P&A for Individuals with TBI and Their Families

Prepared an annual report that details all of the Wyoming’s P&A system’s accomplishments of goals 1–5.

Wyoming P&A will continue to implement its grant objectives and provide advocacy for individuals with TBI and their families in accessing services and supports to meet their needs.

cThe Medicaid home and community-based services waiver allows states to waive Medicaid provisions in order to allow long-term care services to be delivered in community settings; it is the Medicaid alternative to providing comprehensive long-term services in institutional settings.

dThe Medicaid head and spinal cord injury (HASC) waiver is a type of Medicaid home and community-based services waiver. Individuals served by the HASC waiver must have TBI, SCI, or a similar disability and must apply for the waiver before their 60th birthday.

SOURCE: Connors S, King A, Vaughn S. Guide to State Government Brain Injury Policies, Funding and Services. 1st ed. Bethesda, MD: NASHIA 2003; King A, Vaughn SL. Guide to State Government Brain Injury Policies, Funding and Services. 2nd edition. Bethesda, MD: NASHIA, 2005.



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