The Generations Project. Working to inform, educate, organize, and offer creative solutions to rebalance Indiana’s long term care system. Established in 2001. AARP Indiana Alzheimer’s Association The Arc of Indiana Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana CICOA, Aging & In-Home Solutions.
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The Generations Project
Working to inform, educate, organize, and offer creative solutions to rebalance Indiana’s long term care system
Established in 2001
The Arc of Indiana
Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana
CICOA, Aging & In-Home Solutions
COVOH - Council of Volunteers and Organizations for Hoosiers with Disabilities
Indiana Alliance for Retired Americans
Indiana Association of Area Agencies on Aging
Mental Health Association in Indiana
United Senior Action of Indiana.
Persons with disabilities
Neighborhood & senior centers
Labor & retirees
Long Term Care
Rebalancing Indiana’s Long Term Care System
June Holt, Outreach Coordinator The Generations Project
What are they talking about?
Some terms you should know.
Pays monthly benefits to the poor who are blind, disabled or elderly.
$552/month for individual
300% SSI = $1656
Used as a qualifying amount for Medicaid services
2003 Senate Bill 493
A bill designed to rebalance the way Indiana spends Medicaid dollars on long term care.
Passed without a negative vote by Indiana House and Senate
Senate Enrolled Act 493: SEA 493
Signed into law in May 2003
Public Law 274-2003
2002 Medicaid funds
SEA 493: The Law
Rebalances the way public money (Medicaid) is spent on long term care
Call the Governor at
E-mail at email@example.com
Rebalancing Indiana’s Long-term Care SystemSEA 493: It’s the law!