I read the following on nolo site.
Wanting to Move Out of a Nursing Home?
Massachusetts operates a program called the Money Follows the Person (MFP) that helps people move out of institutions and into less restrictive settings. If you are elderly or disabled, have lived in an institution for at least 90 days, and meet the nursing facility level of care, but want to live in your home or in a community-based setting, then you might qualify for assistance from the MFP Waiver program.
There are two MFP Waivers in Massachusetts -- the Money Follows the Person Community Living (MFP-CL) waiver and the Money Follows the Person Residential Supports (MFP-RS) waiver.
MFP-CL provides a variety of services designed to help a recipient live independently in his or her home, including:
homemaker and chore help
home accessibility adaptations, and
home health aide services.
MFP-RS provides services designed to help recipients who need supervision 24 hours a day, including:
assisted living services
adaptations to make your home more accessible
occupational, physical, and speech therapy
training for your family to take care of you
skilled in-home care
skilled nursing, and
If you are interested in the Money Follows the Person Waivers, contact the MFP Transition Agency serving your area.
Supportive Services for Massachusetts Residents Who Do Not Qualify for MassHealth