A New Option in Customized Living

A New Option in Customized Living

Featuring person-centered programming, a strong clinical and behavioral health presence in our communities, and even complimentary furniture for residents who need it, we provide important value to our residents on Minnesota CADI and Elderly Waiver programs. By deepening our relationships with local case managers, offering them continuing education opportunities and supporting their important work, we provide a wonderful place for their clients to call home. We offer the assistance needed to make the process of choosing the right living option as easy as possible.

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CADI & Elderly Waivers

All of the accommodations at both of our Communities are eligible for Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI) waiver, Elderly Waiver (EW) and Brain Injury (BI) waiver, with no private pay eligibility period.

Our care team professionals will perform a complete assessment to determine the level of need and work directly with case managers on your behalf to ensure your paperwork gets processed appropriately and costs are finalized and approved.

We ensure that your loved ones needing extra levels of care will feel and welcome and secure in our community.

Requirements for CADI and EW Eligibility

To be eligible for the CADI waiver, a person must choose the CADI Waiver and meet all of the following criteria:

  1. Eligible for Medical Assistance (MA)
  2. Certified disabled by Social Security or the State Medical Review Team (SMRT) process
  3. Under age 65 at time of opening to the waiver
  4. Determined by the case manager/service coordinator to need nursing facility level of care
  5. Has an assessed need for supports and services over and above those available through the MA State plan.

To be eligible for the Elderly Waiver (EW), a person must choose and receive at least one home and community service in addition to case management through EW, and:

  1. Be a Minnesota resident
  2. Be age 65 or older
  3. Be assessed by a long-term care consultation (LTCC) to need a nursing facility level of care
  4. Be eligible for payment of long term care under Medical Assistance
  5. Have a community support plan that can reasonably assure health and safety, within the individual budget established by the person’s case mix classification
  6. Pay a waiver obligation if applicable

After eligibility is determined, there are a few key requirements that must be met to ensure the CADI/EW participation is utilized appropriately:

  • Have all options been assessed and do they meet both the needs and preferences of the individual?
  • Are services going to be covered by any other source of funding such as insurance or medical assistance programs?
  • Will these services ensure the good health, safety, and livelihood of the individual?


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