Non-Residential Community Waivers

The Non-Residential Community Waiver is a Medicaid waiver contract with the Department of Developmental Disabilities of Department of Human Services and Oklahoma Healthcare Authority. The individuals’ needs are greater than what the in-home support waiver can support. There is not a waiver cap for services however it is needs based.  So, the different types of services that are on the waiver are: Habitation Training Specialist/Direct Support Person, Employment Services, Psych Services, Nutrition Services, Respite Services, Non-Emergency Transportation, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Nursing, Medical Supplies, Dental (not covered by Medicaid), Adult Day Care, some special needs camps, Art modifications to home and vehicle modifications for wheelchairs. The agencies are required to provide a Program Coordinator who assist with the individual plan and needs. They are required if they receive thirty-one hours or more of staffing (HTS) hours to see the individual monthly. To see how training, the personal care is being handled and any needs that may need to be added to the plan. This gives the staff the opportunity to discuss if the person is having trouble or they are frustrated on how to train on a certain outcome to receive the assistance on how to do it or ideas to try.  Staff is required to take the classes provided by DDS, maintain CPR/First Aide, if medication is given on the clock, they will be required to have MAT certification and individual specific training if needed. If staff takes the individual to any form of medical appointment, they have a form to get filled out and turned in along with timesheets weekly showing what outcomes and action steps they have worked on that week. The individual is required to maintain disability status with social security, Medicaid, and a yearly physical from their doctor to continue or receive services.

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Positions Available

Business Process Analyst

help drive strategy execution by designing new business models and processes to increase the efficiency of the business. This role will partner with leadership to identify opportunities, prioritize development, and lead change management throughout the organization. The ideal candidate will have advanced skills with Microsoft Excel, Visio, Power Point, List, Power Automate, Planner, Power Apps and Form.

Business Development Manager

partner with program coordinators and DHS to identify new business opportunities and develop a business growth strategy. 

IT Developer

drive business strategy by leveraging Microsoft Office products to develop processautomation and process improvements. This role will partner with leaders and business analyst to execute the organizations technology goals.

Program Coordinator

provide supervision for a caseload of our supported individuals in and around the OKC or Tulsa area. This will involve partnering withfamilies, HTS staff, and DHS to ensure the client gains access to all resources that are available to supportin home care. Ensuring compliance to DHS and DDSD requirements. 

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