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What is ACT 150?

ACT 150 provides support and services so people with physical disabilities can continue to live at home. The state-funded services are offered for a fee to persons who do not qualify financially for Medicaid. Eligibility is based on a level of care assessment, a financial eligibility determination, and program eligibility.




To Be Eligible for Act 150 Program Services, You Must:

  • Be a resident of Pennsylvania.

  • Meet the level of care needs of a Skilled Nursing Facility.

  • Be between 18-59 years of age.

  • Be capable of - Hiring, firing, and supervising attendant care worker(s) - Managing your own financial affairs - Managing your own legal affairs

  • Be capable of directing your own care.

  • Have a medically determinable physical impairment that is expected to last for a continuous period of not less than 12 calendar months or that may result in death.

  • Proceed through the eligibility process for the Medicaid (MA) program and be determined financially ineligible.

  • Require assistance because of physical impairment to complete daily living functions, self-care, and mobility, including but not limited to, those functions in the definition of Personal Assistance Services.

  • May have a low co-payment based on your income. The co-payment will not be more than the total cost of services.

Services That May Be Available Based on Assessed Needs Include:

  • Personal Assistance Services

  • Personal Emergency Response System (PERS)

  • Service Coordination

 

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