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Support Coordination services are activities designed to assist an individual in accessing needed medical, psychiatric, social, educational, vocational, residential, and other supports essential for living in the community and in developing his or her desired lifestyle.
Examples of Support Coordination services include:
Virginia offers multiple Waivers, including three specifically intended to serve children and adults with developmental disabilities. The Virginia Developmental Disabilities Waiver Program provides Medicaid funding to qualified individuals to cover a continuum of “community-based” services including, but not limited to: group home residential/residential support services, in-home support services, group day support, group or individual supported employment, crisis supports, therapeutic behavior consultation or private duty nursing/skilled nursing.