Medicaid is the nation's primary way of financing and delivering community-based health and long-term services to children and adults with disabilities. It is the nation's largest health care program, and serves nearly 60 million low-income Americans, including an estimated 9.9 million people with disabilities. AUCD advocates for the maintenance of the individual entitlement to a full range of Medicaid health and long-term supports and services for all eligible children and adults with disabilities.
Community Integration Act
A bill to reverse the institutional bias in Medicaid and ensure that Medicaid beneficiaries have an opportunity to receive care in a home and community-based setting.
A project of the National DD Network Partners to inform and support stakeholders in the implementation of the HCBS Settings Regulation.
Resources from AUCD's presentation at the Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered conference.
An issue brief from the Collaboration to Promote Self Determination about the current status of the ABLE Act.
The Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured provides information and analysis on health care coverage and access for the low-income population, with a special focus on Medicaid's role and coverage of the uninsured.