Idaho Medicaid received guidance from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) about changes in Federal law that will require Idaho Medicaid to make changes in how Children’s Developmental Disabilities (DD) Services are offered. Currently, Medicaid provides services for children with developmental disabilities through waivers granted by the federal government. With the new changes, states are being required to offer intervention services for Children’s Developmental Disabilities through Medicaid State Plans.
To assist in aligning with Federal law, Medicaid in collaboration with Family and Community Services (FACS) has established the Children’s DD Services Enhancement Project with a primary goal of moving intervention services into the Idaho Medicaid State Plan by July 1, 2019. To ensure success Medicaid and FACS recognize the importance of engaging stakeholders from the beginning to the end of the project.
This website has been established to provide ongoing information about the project and will include updates, FAQs, timelines, training opportunities, and recommendations. If you have questions or would like to request addition information fill out the contact form at the right hand side of this page.
If you have questions or need assistance navigating the Children's DD Enhancement website, please contact Sarah Spaulding at (208) 364-1965 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stakeholders are parents, advocacy groups, providers and anyone who is directly impacted by changes made to children’s DD services. For change to be successful we understand the importance of including stakeholders from the beginning to the end of the project. This website has been developed as a place where we can share information, get your feedback and address concerns.
Clinical Advisory Group
The purpose of the Clinical Advisory Group (CAG) is to provide clinical expertise and advice in the needs of children with Developmental Disabilities.
Clinical Advisory Group Charter
Family Directed Services Advisory Group
The purpose of the Family Directed Services Advisory Group (FDSAG) is to provide DD Family Directed benefit experience and advice in the needs of children with developmental disabilities.
Family Directed Services Advisory Group Charter
Traditional Advisory Group
The purpose of the Traditional Advisory Group (TAG) is to aid the state in understanding the impacts and needs within the DD Traditional benefit experience in the needs of children with developmental disabilities.
Traditional Advisory Group Charter
Provider Advisory Group
The purpose of the Provider Advisory Group (PAG) is to aid the state in understanding the impacts and needs within the Provider experience in the needs of children with developmental disabilities.
Provider Advisory Group Charter