Illinois Medicaid Reform Legislation – Public Act 096-1501
Requires the Governor to create a unified budget report identifying the budgets of all State agencies offering long-term care services to persons in either institutional or community-based settings.
Illinois Department of Healthcare & Family Services Annual Report – April 1, 2011
This report provides details on specific programs, participant numbers, and provider reimbursement. Information is provided for the most recently completed fiscal year and the two previous years, to allow for comparisons for purposes of trending the services.
Neurology/Epileptology Referral List – from the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater
Referral list for Neurology/Epileptology from the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago.
Adult and Pediatric Neuropsychology Referral List – from The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago
Adult and Pediatric Neuropsychology Referral List – from The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago.
Habilitative Care Covered in Illinois
Chicago, IL, April 7, 2009 – Today, Governor Pat Quinn signed legislation allowing access for children who would benefit from various therapies like physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy into law. Senate Bill 101 from the 95th General Assembly requires insurance companies to cover these medically necessary therapies for children born with conditions such as autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome and other neurological conditions.
Quick Resource Guide for Low Income Illinois Residents – from the Heartland Alliance
A quick resource guide to help Illinois families with low incomes reach self-sufficiency.
Transportation – Medicaid Private Transportation Reimbursement
Attention Medicaid Participants! Did you know that if you get medical benefits through Medicaid and are having a hard time finding a ride to the doctor, a friend or family member may be eligible to receive $.24 per mile for taking you to the doctor?
Private Auto Reimbursement Information
Getting You to the Conference: Funding Tips for Families/Family Leaders
Finding funding to assist you in participating in a National Conference is not always easy, but through imagination and resourcefulness, partial or complete funding can be found. Here are some quick tips to get you started.
Illinois Insurance Facts – Insurance Coverage for Autism
Fact Sheet on Insurance Coverage for Autism from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation – Division of Insurance.
Adult Immunization Schedule Chart
Getting immunized is a lifelong, life-protecting job. Don’t leave your healthcare provider’s office without making sure you’ve had all the vaccinations you need.
DSCC and Care Coordination At-A-Glance
DSCC At-A-Glance and Care Coordination At-A-Glance
United Healthcare Children’s Foundation to Offer Medical Assistance Grants
United Healthcare Children’s Foundation to Offer Medical Assistance Grants – The United Healthcare Children’s Foundation is offering support to meet the needs of children across the United States with assistance grants for medical services not fully covered by health insurance.
Grants for Families of Children with Autism
Information on grants for families of children with autism.
State of Illinois – Children’s Support Waiver
Final version of the Children’s Support Waiver
State of Illinois – Children’s Residential Waiver
Final version of the Children’s Residential Waiver
Consumer Fact Sheet: The Joint Processing of SSI and Food Stamps in Illinois
A Fact Sheet created by the members of the Illinois Food and Nutrition Advocacy Partnership: AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Catholic Charities of Lake County, Greater Chicago Food Depository, Health & Disability Advocates, People’s Resource Center, Shriver Center and Vital Bridges
New Children’s Waiver Interim Fact Sheet Revised June 18, 2007
Interim Fact Sheet on New Children’s Home-Based Support Services Waiver
Medical Assistance Only Application from DHS
Medical Assistance Only Application from Illinois DHS