The hard part is over.
I'm matching you with one of our specialists who will be calling you in the next few minutes.
CCF custodial continuing care facility asst living. Not ever paid by Medicaid waiver.
CBA community based alternative assisted living. CBA AL can be paid by Medicaid waiver. Has very limited enrollment & # of vendors. Higher level care than CCF.
Which type is your mom’s? Most AL in TX is private pay CCF AL.
For my mom in TX in skilled nursing care aka a NH, the care plan meeting was every 90 days & I got a letter abt mo in advance with 30 minute meeting slots to choose from. They could be done via conference call if need be. For skilled nursing a required 90 day meeting I think is federally mandated by Medicare.
But when she was in IL, the residency contract used was for both IL & AL-CCF & within document stated a required bi-annual review. (Mom’s IL was within a tiered community that ran from Il to AL (both types), NH & Hospice). The notification of time & date was in mom’s bill the months of the twice a yr review. I was not contacted as to it happening. I went to one & it was more abt how costs were to increase & the rules on scheduling transportation. In moms contract there was a line that facility could at their discretion have an incident based residency review. Mom had an incident based review due to issues with her wandering at night in the IL hallways while doing laundry. I was contacted regarding this meeting & it was in retrospect good as it basically let me know that mom wasn’t likely long to stay in IL, I got her eligible for skilled nursing needed and moved her into NH within around 6 - 7 mos after incident meeting. Mom did the jump to hyperspace from IL to NH onto Medicaid without the AL phase too.