Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Waiver

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Waiver

What is the ABI Waiver Program?
This program is designed to provide intensive services and supports to adults with acquired brain injuries as they work to re-enter community life. Services include case management, personal care, companion services, respite care, environmental modifications, behavior programming, counseling and training, structured day programs, specialized medical equipment and supplies, prevocational services, supported employment, occupational therapy, community residential services, and speech and language services. Services can only be provided in community settings.

You Must:
– Have an acquired brain injury
– Be at least 18 years old
– Meet nursing facility level of care
– Be expected to benefit from waiver services
– Be financially eligible for Medicaid services

How do I apply for ABI?
To apply, complete and mail in or fax the two forms listed here: MAP-10 – Waiver Services Physician’s Recommendations and MAP-26 – ABI Program Application.
You may also call for further information: Toll free (866) 878-2626.

How do I learn more?
For members who would like to choose Consumer Directed Option Services for ABI, visit the DMS CDO page.

Kentucky ABI Website

Acquired Brain Injury Branch
275 E. Main Street, 6W-B
Frankfort, KY 40621