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  • Federal officials have issued guidelines for Electronic Visit Verification

    The 21st Century CURES Act, enacted by Congress in December 2016, included a provision for “electronic visit verification,” or EVV, which requires that service providers electronically check in when providing in-home care to people with disabilities in order to prevent fraud. This week the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued guidelines to help states comply with this upcoming Medicaid requirement.

  • EVV Readiness Survey

    The 21st Century Cures Act passed by Congress requires states to implement Electronic Visit Verification(EVV) for Medicaid-financed Personal Care Services by January 1, 2019 and Home Health Care Services by January 1, 2023. EVV is a technology (like an online time-sheet) that gathers time, attendance, and other care plan details, and is to be entered by a home care worker at the point of care. The Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH) created the following EVV Readiness Survey to gather details on your basic knowledge and readiness for the EVV implementation. Replies to the survey...

  • Ms. Morley called Parent to Parent looking for resources and information. She received more than she expected.

    Talking to our staff, she heard an experienced, compassionate voice that was able to support her and guide her to the help she needed. Please help us reach more families like the Morleys. DONATE NOW!        

  • Parents and Advocates File Suit

    October 11, 2017 - Parents and Advocates sue the state of Georgia over separate and unequal education for thousands of students with disabilities.  Read more...      

  • Georgia launchs new ABLE program named Georgia STABLE

    Individuals with disabilities and their families often live a life of poverty as a result of not being allowed to save even modest amounts of money without fear of losing supports through SSI, Medicaid and other publicly-funded programs.  ABLE Programs like Georgia STABLE allow qualified individuals with disabilities to save up to $14,000 a year in an ABLE account without jeopardizing their eligibility for federally-funded benefits, such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid. The funds in the account can be used for disability-related expenses that assist the beneficiary in...

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