A person is eligible to receive home and community-based services through the DD waiver if the person meets all the criteria in items A to E and if home and community-based services are provided according to part 9525.1830:
the person is a resident of an ICF/DD or the screening team determines that the person would be placed in an ICF/DD within one year if home and community-based services were not provided;
the person is eligible to receive medical assistance under Minnesota Statutes, chapter 256B, or subpart 2;
the screening team has determined that the person needs daily intervention; and
the person's individual service plan documents the need for daily intervention and specifies the services needed daily.
A person is eligible to receive home and community-based services through the ACS waiver if the person meets all requirements in subpart 1, items B to E, and:
was admitted to a Medicaid-certified nursing facility before January 1, 1990, or amended date as approved by the Health Care and Finance Administration; and
is currently residing in a Medicaid-certified nursing facility, but has been determined by the screening team as requiring ICF/DD level of care.
The county board shall determine eligibility for medical assistance for a person under age 18 who resides with a parent or parents without considering parental income and resources if:
the person meets the criteria in subpart 1, items A to E;
the person would not be eligible for medical assistance if parental income and resources were considered; and
Eligibility for medical assistance begins on the first day of the month in which the person first receives home and community-based services.
10 SR 838; 12 SR 1148; 16 SR 2238; 18 SR 2244; L 2005 c 56 s 2
October 16, 2013