CMS Approves the TxHmL Waiver

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The Texas Home Living Program (TxHmL), first authorized March 1, 2004, provides essential community-based services and supports to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities or a related condition living in their own homes or with their families. Services and supports are intended to enhance quality of life, functional independence, and health and well-being in continued community-based living in their own or family home and to enhance, rather than replace, existing informal or formal supports and resources. TxHmL makes all service components available through both the consumer directed services option and the traditional service delivery option. Individuals choose which services will be delivered through either service delivery option. Individuals enrolling in the waiver are assisted by a service coordinator employed by one of HHSCs 39 local intellectual and developmental disability authorities. Service coordination for individuals enrolled in the TxHmL Program is fu

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