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Assistive Technology: iPad Benefits

You might wonder how the iPad can be considered assistive technology for those with disabilities. Happily, app creators from all over continue to make communication more accessible and cost-effective for persons with developmental and speech disabilities, making the iPad a comfortable visual and aural medium for them. Mobile apps provide these persons with many of the

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Electronic Visit Verification (EVV)

Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) is a technology-based system that electronically captures details of services provided by the attendant. It ensures members are receiving the support they require and services are billed accurately. Click here for more information on this new system.

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Life Changing Experience with Ability Unlimited

Ability Unlimited changed our son’s life. Our son, Giovanni, is a non-verbal 4 year old who has Trisomy-21, Down syndrome. Giovanni applied for the assistive technology device for his communication needs through the Medicaid waiver. Ability Unlimited was instrumental in helping our family with our needs and helping us apply. Giovanni was approved for the

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Assistive Technology for Adults

What It Is Who says that technology isn’t for adults or the elderly? Assistive technology (AT) is any service or tool that helps older adults or persons with disabilities perform activities that might otherwise be difficult or impossible. For older adults, assistive technology may be items such as amplification devices to make sounds easier to

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Can I Get Paid as the Caregiver of a Loved One?

Can I Get Paid as the Caregiver of a Loved One? If you are missing work, worried about medical bills piling up, and concerned about how you’ll make ends meet because you are the caregiver responsible for taking care of a loved one, you may be wondering if it’s possible to get paid for what you

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Instructions for a Notice of “Discontinued Employment”

PPL needs to know when an attendant is no long working for the following reasons: To prevent incorrect payments; For correct information on who is working for you or who has worked for you; For unemployment hearings. PPL can communicate to the Virginia Employment Commission the last date of employment and reason. You can find

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Alzheimer’s Assisted Living Waiver

What makes someone eligible for the Alzheimer’s Assisted Living Waiver? 55 years of age or older and who have a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s/related dementia No diagnosis of a serious mental illness or intellectual disability. Individual must be living in (or willing to move to) an assisted living facility instead of a nursing home, Must be

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Assistive Technology: iPad Benefits

You might wonder how the iPad can be considered assistive technology for those with disabilities. Happily, app creators from all over continue to make communication more accessible and cost-effective for persons with developmental and speech disabilities, making the iPad a comfortable visual and aural medium for them. Mobile apps provide these persons with many of the

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Electronic Visit Verification (EVV)

Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) is a technology-based system that electronically captures details of services provided by the attendant. It ensures members are receiving the support they require and services are billed accurately. Click here for more information on this new system.

Read More »

Life Changing Experience with Ability Unlimited

Ability Unlimited changed our son’s life. Our son, Giovanni, is a non-verbal 4 year old who has Trisomy-21, Down syndrome. Giovanni applied for the assistive technology device for his communication needs through the Medicaid waiver. Ability Unlimited was instrumental in helping our family with our needs and helping us apply. Giovanni was approved for the

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Assistive Technology for Adults

What It Is Who says that technology isn’t for adults or the elderly? Assistive technology (AT) is any service or tool that helps older adults or persons with disabilities perform activities that might otherwise be difficult or impossible. For older adults, assistive technology may be items such as amplification devices to make sounds easier to

Read More »

Can I Get Paid as the Caregiver of a Loved One?

Can I Get Paid as the Caregiver of a Loved One? If you are missing work, worried about medical bills piling up, and concerned about how you’ll make ends meet because you are the caregiver responsible for taking care of a loved one, you may be wondering if it’s possible to get paid for what you

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