Blood pressure clinics are available monthly at the centers. Nutrition education will be available on a regularly scheduled basis or by appointment. Other clinics will be held periodically throughout the year. A flu vaccination clinic will be held each fall.
Senior Health Insurance Program. The Health Insurance Information Program provides information to help guide you in making decisions regarding your health insurance options.
The purpose of this program is to provide an option for people 65 and older, who have medical problems, to live outside of an institution. The goal is to assist seniors who meet nursing home admission requirements but wish to remain in a home setting, to do so in a safe manner. It is different from regular Medicaid because it allows special income deductions to meet their living expenses, exempts income from spouse even if they are living with them, and has a separate formula for calculation of assets. Clients receive all of the standard Medicaid benefits as well as the additional benefits of the Aging Waiver. Medicaid will recover only the cost of actual care provided from the estate of the client. Medicaid does not take the entire estate.
The "Waiver" means the usual income limit for Medicaid is waived and an individual is allowed to keep additional funds for their living expenses in the home. The asset limit for Medicaid remains the same. A couple’s financial eligibility is determined under Spousal Impoverishment rules. A client must be age 65 or older, be a resident of the State of Utah and meet both financial and medical eligibility. The core service provided by the Aging Waiver is Case Management. A Case Man