Maryland Transitioning Youth

Maryland Transitioning Youth

Friday, July 26, 2019

Visit Maryland Transitioning Youth Website Transition planning is when a student with a disability, the school system, and service providers, begins to plan for life after high school. This includes planning for college, work, transportation, housing, health care, and daily living. Transition planning should begin by age 14.

Maryland Disability Law Center (MDLC)

Friday, July 26, 2019

Visit Maryland Disability Law Center Website 1-410-727-6352 1-800-233-7201 Maryland Disability Law Center (MDLC) MDLC can help with conservatorship.

Local Dept of Social Services Contacts

Friday, July 26, 2019

Visit Local Dept of Social Services Contacts Website In each Maryland county and Baltimore City, the local department of social services administers public assistance programs for low-income Marylanders including Medicaid.

The Model Waiver

Friday, July 26, 2019

Visit The¬†Model Waiver Website 1-410-987-1048 (Baltimore area) 1-301-621-7830 (Washington) The Model Waiver provides case management, certified nursing assistant, medical day care, principal physician’s participation in the plan of care meeting, private duty nursing for medically fragile individuals, ages 0 – no max age. Parental income and assets are waived during the financial eligibility process. There … Read More

Community Pathways Waiver

Friday, July 26, 2019

View Community Pathways Waiver This waiver is administered by the DDA and allows usual rules to be waived in order to provide services.  There is a wait list. Apply through your local DDA Office.