Who Qualifies for Home and Community Based Waiver Services
The State of Alaska has a number of qualifying factors that must be met in order to be eligible for waiver services.
The State of Alaska defines Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities as a severe, chronic disability that is attributed to either an intellectual or physical impairment, or a combination of both. The manifestation of this impairment would have taken place before the age of 22 and is likely to continue indefinitely. This would result in reduced or limited functionality in three or more of the life areas listed below.
Receptive and expressive language
Capacity for independent living
Economic self sufficiency
What can Crossroads do
to support you?
In collaboration with you and those you choose to support you such as family and friends. We will design supports that can include, self-care, socialization, the skills of independent living and anything else you would wish to learn in order to fulfill your hopes, goals and dreams as a member of the community.