Medicaid Service Coordination (MSC)/Plan of Care Support Services (PCSS)

Medicaid service coordination assists people with developmental disabilities in gaining access to necessary services and supports to lead successful lives in the community. Through AIM Services, you will work in partnership with a qualified Service Coordinator to develop and maintain an Individualized Service Plan (ISP) designed to meet your needs.

In Plan of Care Support Services, the Service Coordinator will work with the individuals on a quarterly basis to access resources needed and assist the individuals in reaching their goals.

Service Coordination will assist you with:

  • Information
  • Advocacy
  • Individualized Service Planning
  • Record Keeping
  • Linkage
  • Referral
  • Support
  • Who Is Eligible for OPWDD Services? Adults and children who have documented developmental disabilities and meet OPWDD eligibility criteria.  Individuals who acquired a Traumatic Brain Injury prior to the age of 21.
  • Who is Eligible for NHTDW (Nursing Home Transition Diversion Waiver) Services?Individuals who are 18 years of age or older who are eligible for nursing home placement. 

Medicaid service coordination primarily focuses on activities to establish a potentially life-long, person-centered, goal-oriented process for coordinating the range of services, instruction and assistance needed by persons with developmental disabilities and their families. It is designed to ensure accessibility, accountability and continuity of support and services. This service also ensures that persons with developmental disabilities have opportunities to make meaningful choices with regard to his/her life, and his/her inclusion into the community.