Children’s Long-term Waiver

Providing the best possible care for a child with disabilities can be a stressful and daunting challenge for families. That’s where the Children’s Long Term Support Waiver Program comes in to help fill the gaps. Often, the child requires additional services or equipment that enables the family to provide the best possible care in their home or community. Our goal is to equip the child and family with the appropriate support and services so that the child may remain in the home and be an integral part of our community.

  • Contact the eligibility specialist at (262)-605-6599. The consultant will:
    • Explain the children’s programs available.
    • Discuss the benefits of the program.
    • Outline the eligibility process.
    • Send an application packet if you wish to apply.
  • Complete the application packet or ask the consultant for assistance.
  • Call the eligibility specialist to set up a home visit after completing the paperwork. The home visit includes:
    • Reviewing the application materials.
    • Gathering additional information.
    • Verifying certain documentation.
    • Answering questions.
    • Giving the consultant an opportunity to meet the family and child.
  • The specialist will determine eligibility and..
    • Help connect you to community resources while waiting for the eligibility determination.
    • Inform of any changes in contact information
    • Send you a letter with all the programs you are eligible to receive.
  • If eligible, you will be contacted by our staff to continue the application process which includes:
    • Home visit to complete a comprehensive assessment of your child’s needs.
    • Determine how the program can assist with meeting your child’s and family needs.
    • Create a service plan.

Empowering Every Child’s Potential

Discover a world of support with our CLTS Waiver Program, designed to provide comprehensive services and equipment for children with disabilities, ensuring they have everything they need to flourish in their homes and communities.

Individualized Support

  • Feeling Suicidal
  • Angry, depressed or anxious
  • Substance abuse problems
  • Lonely or isolated
  • Family disputes
  • Physical or emotional abuse
  • Having school problems
  • Runaway issues
  • Just Need To Talk

Family-centered Care

Families are integral to the care planning process, with the flexibility to adjust support as the child grows and their needs evolve.

Comprehensive Assistance

Coverage for a wide array of services and equipment, including adaptive aids, home modifications, and specialized therapies, to empower children with disabilities to thrive at home and in the community.

  • Adaptive aids
  • Communication aids
  • Supportive home care
  • specialized medical and therapeutic supplies
  • Home modifications
  • Respite care
  • Therapy related to Autism Spectrum Disorders

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