Nursing Home Transition and Diversion

Nursing Home Transition and Diversion Nursing Home Transition and Diversion (NHTD) is a Home and Community Based Services program. NHTD provides support and services to assist senior citizens and individuals with disabilities toward successful inclusion in the community.

NHTD participants may return to their home after staying in a nursing facility or other institution or choose to participate in the waiver program to avoid being institutionalized in the first place. Services are provided based on the participant’s needs, choices, and goals. The individual is the primary decision-maker and works in cooperation with providers to develop a Service Plan. This process leads to personal empowerment, increased independence, greater community inclusion, self-reliance, and the ability to participate in meaningful, productive activities.

Eligibility Requirements

Nursing home level of care;

Live in the community with the assistance of one or more NHTD services;

Community-based, Long-Term-Care Medicaid.

The individual will be the primary decision-maker and will work together with the agency to develop a Service Plan and decide which services should be provided. Hamaspik considers the person’s satisfaction an important measure of the success of the program.

Services

Service Coordination 

Assistive Technology

Independent Living Skills

Training Services

Structured Day Programs

Community Integration Counseling

Community Transitional Services

Environmental Modifications

Nutritional Counseling

Wellness Counseling

Moving Assistance

Home Community Support Services

For more information contact Hamaspik by E-Mail
info@hamaspik.org