Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities | Resources for Integrated Care

Approximately 8% of individuals dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid under the age of 65 have an intellectual disability or related condition.

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Intellectual And Developmental Disabilities

Approximately 8% of individuals dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid under the age of 65 have an intellectual disability or related condition.[1] Providers and health plans are increasingly using personalized approaches in a managed long-term services and supports (LTSS) environment to support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) in achieving their individual goals. Resources for Integrated Care features resources to help providers and health plans collaborate more effectively, enhance their knowledge of health and support needs, and improve the coordination of services and supports to people with I/DD. The resources focus on the following topics:

We also offer the My Health, My Life Toolkit for individuals with I/DD, their family members or guardians, and their provider support team. The purpose of the My Health, My Life Toolkit is to improve communication when the individual enters and leaves a care setting and to build or strengthen relationships between medical providers, the individual, and their family members or guardians.

For additional resources to support the coordination of services for beneficiaries in their home or community, please visit the Long-Term Services and Supports page.

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