Part A Services
- Part A of the Katie Beckett Program serves children with the most significant disabilities or complex medical needs.
- Children will receive full Medicaid benefits, which could include services like home health, private duty nursing, durable medical equipment and supplies, and occupational, physical and speech therapies, among other services.
- Children in Part A will also receive up to $15,000 a year in-home and community-based services. These are non-medical services that help families care for children in their homes. Some of these services include respite, supportive home care, and home and vehicle modifications.
- Children must meet either Tier 1-Medical, Tier-1 Behavioral levels of care for immediate enrollment into Part A. Children who meet tier 2 Level of Care will be prioritized for enrollment if there is a slot available and may be enrolled in Part B services will waiting for availability in Part A.
- A family may be required to pay a premium for Part A services based on Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI).