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What is Medicaid Long-Term Care Program?

The Statewide Medicaid Managed Care Long-Term Care Program. can be complicated, but what you need to know is that these terms are used within three agencies involved in the Medicaid application process, the Agency for Healthcare Administration (AHCA), Department of Children and Families (DCF), and the Department of Elder Affairs (DOEA).

You may not hear them throughout your application, but knowing the terms can sometimes help you filter through the departments when applying, following up, or trying to get answers quickly.

The two different programs that fall under “Statewide Medicaid Managed Care”:

Services or Activities:

Each managed care plan contracted with AHCA to provide long-term care services must, at a minimum, provide the following services:

•Adult Companion

•Adult Day Care (Adult Day Health Care)

•Assistive Care Services

•Assisted Living Facility Services

•Attendant Care

•Behavior Management

•Caregiver Training

•Case Management

•Home Accessibility Adaptation

•Home Delivered Meals



•Intermittent and Skilled Nursing

•Medical Equipment & Supplies

•Medication Administration

•Medication Management

•Nursing Facility Care

•Nutritional Assessment and Risk Reduction

•Occupational Therapy

•Personal Care

•Personal Emergency Response System

•Physical Therapy

•Respiratory Therapy

•Respite Care

•Speech Therapy


These services are available based on medical necessity, or must be deemed necessary in order to delay or prevent nursing facility placement.

Issues with your Medicaid Services?

File a complaint here,  to ensure Medicaid Long Term Care consumers have multiple ways to get information, make complaints, file grievances, or appeals.

Need more information regarding the Long Term Care Waitlist?

Please contact your local Aging and Disability Resource Center. Click here for the direct contact information of the ADRC in your region. You can also call the statewide Elder Helpline at 1-800-96-ELDER for immediate assistance.

AyudaCon.com seeks to provide information in both English and Spanish with a focus on topics relevant to normal people applying for public benefits. As always, AyudaCon.com wants you to know that the information you need is out there and available. It is mostly in English and can require time to locate or understand. Contact us to see how we can provide bilingual assistance with your Medicaid concerns.