The Brain Injury Waiver provides funding for home and community-based services for children and adults who have an acquired or traumatic brain injury.
People may receive BI Waiver services in their home, in a biological or adoptive family's home, a relative's home (e.g. sibling, aunt, grandparent etc.), a family foster care home, a corporate foster care home, a board and lodging facility or in an assisted living facility. If married, a person may receive BI Waiver services while living at home with his or her spouse.
A screening process determines if you are eligible for the BI Waiver. You are eligible if you meet the following criteria:
Once your eligibility is determined for participation in the BI Waiver, certain questions must be asked about services including: