The following categories of businesses and business practices are prohibited from using the Stripe Service ("Prohibited Businesses").Prohibited Business categories may be imposed through Network Rules or the requirements of our Financial Services Providers.Traumatic brain injury means a sudden insult or damage to brain function, not of a degenerative or congenital nature.The insult of damage may produce an altered state of consciousness and may result in a decrease in cognitive, behavioral, emotional, or physical functioning resulting in partial or total disability not including birth trauma related injury.By registering with us, you are confirming that you will not use the Service to accept payments in connection with the following businesses, business activities or business practices.This program allows Indiana Medicaid programs to pay for services that are provided in a person’s home or other community setting rather than a Medicaid funded facility or institution.The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) waiver provides home and community-based services to individuals who, but for the provision of such services, would require institutional care.Through the use of the TBI, the Indiana Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning and the Indiana Division of Aging seek to increase availability and access to cost-effective traumatic brain injury waiver services to people who have suffered a traumatic brain injury.
Examples of external agents are: mechanical; or events that result in interference with vital functions.
The waiver is designed to provide services to supplement informal supports for people who would require care in a nursing facility if waiver or other supports were not available.
Waiver services can be used to help people remain in their own homes, as well as assist people living in nursing facilities to return to community settings such as their own homes, apartments, assisted living or Adult Family Care.
The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®) model is centered on the belief that it is better for the well-being of seniors with chronic care needs and their families to be served in the community whenever possible.
PACE serves individuals who: are ages 55 or older; certified by their state to need nursing home care; able to live safely in the community at the time of enrollment; and live in a PACE service area.