Wednesday, November 16, 2011

DDRS bulletin: Objective Based Allocation update year 2

Family Voices Indiana shares this information with its members to ensure they can make the best decisions for their families.

The Objective Based Allocation (OBA) is the method used by the state to determine the level of supports an individual needs in order to live in a community setting. The OBA is determined by combining the Overall ALGO (determined by the ICAP and ICAP addendum), Age, Employment, and Living Arrangement. It is used to determine allocations/budgets for those on the DD and Autism waivers.

DDRS recently issued the following announcement regarding the second round of OBA and what individuals should expect. Individuals should be able to ask their IPMG case manager for clarification on any issues or concerns.

We have embedded the letter from DDRS

Ddrs Oba Update Year 2

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