Medicaid Programs

Click on a program to go to the program description and link to the program website

Medicaid Documents Quick Bar

Click on a form to open the form in a new tab to download or save

Additional Links and Training
Timesheets

ARIS Solutions provides a universal timesheet for all Medicaid Programs. Please watch the video below for more information on how to fill out the universal timesheet. Universal timesheets can be found in in the "Universal Documents Quick Bar", in the link in this section, and available in person at ARIS Solutions located in White River Junction, VT.

Universal Timesheet
E-Timesheet

e_Timesheets is an electronic way for Employers and Employees to enter, view and submit timesheet information.

Click here DS/CPCS/FLEX e_Timesheet login

Participant Dashboard

Participant Dashboard helps you manage your services by showing your overall balance, current (and past) spending, basic information about submitted timesheets, employee enrollment status and contact information‒all in real time.

Budget Calculator

This calculator is to be used to estimate a budget. Utlize this calculator by selecting the appropriate program from the drop down. Next enter a budget, hourly rate, and number of months. The calculator outputs the following:







Calendar

Below is a Google calendar containing the dates for all Medicaid programs. To view your program specific calendar select the drop down arrow in the top right corner of the calendar and select the box containing the appropriate program. Timesheets are always due regardless of holidays.

AFCR/CFC/FLEX/ModerateNeeds/ASP/PDAC Calendar here

CPCS/DS/FMR/TBI Calendar here

Adult Family Care Respite (AFCR)

Provides needed breaks or care in the home for individuals receiving support in an Adult Family Care Home. Adult Family Care support is an option through the Choices for Care (CFC) program that provides an alternative to an Enhanced Residential Care or nursing facility placement. Participants must meet the eligibility requirements of–and be awarded–Choices for Care before choosing Adult Family Care. Services are approved by Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living–Adult Services Division

Children's Personal Care Services (CPCS)

Is support for children under the age of 21 for additional help with activities of daily living (such as bathing, getting dressed and eating). These services are approved by the Children's Personal Care Services staff at the Vermont Department of Health–Children with Special Health Needs. The child must be Medicaid eligible to receive these services

Choices for Care (CFC)

Provides long-term care supports to individuals who are 18 years and older and need nursing home level of care. People who are eligible for CFC have the choice of where to receive their services: in their home, their family's home, an Adult Family Care home, an Enhanced Residential Care or nursing facility. CFC provides help with activities of daily living (such as bathing, getting dressed and eating) and extra care for respite or companionship. To qualify for CFC, people must be clinically and financially eligible for long–term care Medicaid in Vermont. Services are approved by Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living–Adult Services Division.

Choices for Care -- Flexible Choices

Is an option for people who qualify for the Choices for Care program. Flexible Choices lets people use their personal care budget more flexibly to purchase direct care, specialized goods and services. Participants must meet the eligibility requirements of–and be awarded–Choices for Care before choosing Flexible Choices. Services are approved by Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living–Adult Services Division.

Choices for Care -- Moderate Needs

Provides limited funding for participants to hire employees to help with tasks including housekeeping, personal care, meal preparation, shopping, respite and companionship. Participants work closely with a case manager through their local community–based agency to decide set specific goals are and what Moderate Needs services they need to meet them.

Developmental Disabilities Home and Community Based Services (DS)

This is Medicaid funding which allows for a variety of individualized services to be provided to consumer who have a developmental/intellectual disability. Funding is usually approved annually (from July 1 through June 30 of the following year). Local Developmental Disabilities Service Agencies who are connected to the Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living–Developmental Disabilities Services Division approve this funding.

Family Managed Respite/Integrating Family Services Respite (FMR/IFS-R)

Is support provided to children under the age of 21, and their families, to provide needed breaks or care at home. This is support available through the Local Developmental Disabilities Service Agencies who are connected to the Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living–Developmental Disabilities Services Division. The child must be Medicaid eligible to receive these services.

Attendant Services (General Fund)

Provides support to individuals who need physical assistance with activities of daily living (such as bathing, getting dressed and eating) to remain in their homes. Participants in this program manager their own services. Participants do not have to be Medicaid eligible. Services are approved by Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living–Adult Services Division.

Participant Directed Attendant Care (PDAC)

Provides personal care services for adults with a "severe and permanent disability" who need physical assistance with activities of daily living (such as bathing, getting dressed and eating) to remain in their homes. Applicants must be able to direct their own attendant care services. Participants must be Medicaid eligible. Services are approved by Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living–Adult Services Division

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Provides needed breaks or care at home for adult Vermonters enrolled in the Traumatic Brain Injury Program (TBI). The TBI Program provides home and community-based services including case management, rehabilitation services, community support, and other services to support independent living in the community. Participants work with their case manager to determine goals and appropriate services; when appropriate, the respite component of a care plan can be managed by the employer of record through ARIS Solutions. Participants must be Medicaid eligible. Services are approved by Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living–Adult Services Division.