Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals With Intellectual Disabilities
Emergency Preparedness Interpretive Guidelines
DHSR is currently reviewing the standards and determining how the guidelines will be implemented in North Carolina. Download the June 2, 2017 version of “Appendix Z, Emergency Preparedness Final Rule Interpretive Guidelines and Survey Procedure
ICF/IID State Operations Manual
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued the ICF/IID State Operations Manual Appendix J. Download this document here. The 194-page document became effective in April 2018.
Money Follows the Person
The North Carolina Money Follows the Person Demonstration Project is launching a comprehensive Sustainability Analysis to support Medicaid’s efforts to sustain transition practices.
Past Presentation of NC MFP Information
Click here to download a copy of the presentation titled “NC MFP: Refresher Overview and Upcoming Opportunities”. This presentation was made by Trish Farnham on March 20, 2017
Each year, NC MFP coordinates four Roundtable meetings. These meetings rotate to locations around the state. These forums are open to the public and efforts are made to invite a wide range of stakeholders including participants; their families, friends, and guardians; providers; State staff; and other important community stakeholders.
The MFP Roundtable provides guidance and insight on every aspect of the Project’s program design including:
- Transition process and transition coordinator design;
- Re-balancing Fund priorities;
- Examining and addressing identified challenges and barriers experience by NC MFP participants
Additional information can be found at this MFP website page.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)
On May 11, 2012, CMS issued a memo related to the final rule titled “Medicare and Medicaid Program; Regulatory Provisions to Promote Program Efficiency, Transparency and Burden Reduction.” Download the CMS memo with its links to the final rule.
Download the Community Care of North Carolina/Carolina Access enrollment form for Medicaid recipients in an adult care home or long-term care facility.
The College of Direct Support is a set of web-based courses designed for direct support professionals and others who support individuals with disabilities.