Medicaid Case Management

Midlands Housing Alliance

A certified provider of case management for the Medicaid waiver for Community Long Term Care

Case management helps people to live more independent lives by providing the additional daily support they need to remain in their home and community rather than having to move into a nursing home. Your case manager can help assess if you need a variety of extra services to help you live independently. Some of these include:

Adult Day Health Care (Adult Day Care) and Transportation

Community Residential Care Facility (Assisted Living Facility) - Personal care assistance and supervision, and skill training

Attendant Care – Nursing care and homemaking activities

Companion Services

Case Management

Congregate and Home Respite Care

Disposable Medical Supplies – Supplies for incontinence, wipes, etc.

Durable Medical Equipment – Hand held shower heads, shower chairs, transfer benches, etc.

Home Delivered Meals

Home Modifications to Increase Accessibility – Ramps, grab bars, widening of doorways, etc.

Nutritional Supplements

Personal Care – Assistance with daily living activities, such as bathing, eating, dressing, shopping & preparing meals, etc.

Personal Emergency Response System (PERS)

Tele monitoring – Daily monitoring of blood sugar, blood pressure, heart rate, etc.

In order to qualify for case management you have to have Medicaid and meet the criteria for being eligible for a nursing home level of care.

To Learn More:

Rhonda Wroten, Medicaid Case Management Supervisor
(803) 722-1229