Texas Home Living
Texas Home Living (TxHmL) is a Medicaid waiver program that provides services and support to individuals with intellectual disability disorders so they can continue to live with family or independently.
Community support allows for staff to work with the consumer in their home to support activities that facilitate an individual’s ability to perform functional living skills and other activities of daily living.
Day habilitation provides participants assistance with acquiring, retaining or improving self-help, socialization and adaptive skills necessary to live successfully in the community and participate in home and community life.
Employment assistance helps a participant to locate paid employment in the community by assisting the participant to identify employment preferences, job skills, requirements for the work setting and work conditions, and prospective employers offering employment compatible with the participant’s identified preferences, skills and requirements.
Supported employment is provided in an integrated work setting (that is, a job site where generally no more than one employee or three percent of the employees have disabilities) by staff that focus on training and building natural supports so the consumer may be successful in their position.
Respite provides for the planned or emergency short-term relief of the unpaid caregiver of a participant.
Professional & Technical Supports
- Skilled nursing
- Behavioral support
- Physical and occupational therapy
- Speech and language pathology
- Minor home modifications
- Adaptive aids
- Dental treatment