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iBudget Florida4030 Esplanade Way, Tallahassee, FL, 32399
A new and better way for the Agency for Persons with Disabilities to manage the Medicaid waiver system for people with developmental disabilities. iBudget Florida gives APD customers more control and flexibility to choose services that are important to them, while helping the agency to stay within its Medicaid waiver appropriation.
Medical Waiver Program2800 Dauphin Street (Suite 105), Mobile, AL, 36606
Agency that administers a comprehensive program of long term care services that offers eligible patients care choices and opportunities to receive services at home or in the community. Support services include, home health services, hospice care, private duty nursing and targeted case management as well as care in nursing and other long term care facilities. Serving Baldwin, Clarke, Escambia, Mobile and Washington counties.
Rehab Foundation of NW Florida2929 Langley Avenue (Suite 202), Pensacola, FL, 32504
Funding for rehabilitation of those physically disabled, but who do not have, or are not eligible for financial resources or support from other agencies.
The Gardiner ScholarshipP.O. Box 54429, Jacksonville, FL, 32245
The program helps parents individualized education plans for their children with certain special needs. The Gardiner Scholarship is different than other state scholarships in that it allows parents to personalize the education of their children with unique abilities by directing money toward a combination of programs and approved providers. These include schools, therapists, specialists, curriculum, technology and college savings account options. This scholarship is for Florida students 3 years old through 12th grade or age 22, whichever comes first, with one of the following disabilities: autism spectrum disorder, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, Spina bifida, Williams syndrome, Phelan-McDermid syndrome, anaphylaxis, deaf, dual sensory impaired, hospital or homebound, rare disease or condition, traumatic brain injured, visually impaired or intellectual disability (severe cognitive impairment). Also, students ages 3, 4 or 5 deemed high risk" due to developmental delays may be eligible for the year they apply. Please visit the website for further eligibility requirements. Click on For Parents then Special Needs Scholarship."