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Can I Get Back Pay Through IHSS?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you raising a child who has autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy or another type of developmental disability? If so, you may qualify for financial assistance, including IHSS.

IHSS stands for In-Home Supportive Services. IHSS provides financial assistance to children with developmental disabilities so they can remain at home safely.

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How to Apply for In-Home Support Services (IHSS)

Are you raising a child with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, or another disability? You may qualify for funding with In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS). IHSS is a California government program that provides financial support for in-home caretakers of children with developmental disabilities. While a variety of benefits are available, the most important for families of children with special needs is “Protective Supervision.”

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How to Pay for Therapy for Your Child with Autism

As a parent of a child with autism, are you constantly worrying that you don’t have enough money to provide the best care for your child? Your fears are understandable, since studies estimate that the costs of raising one child with autism in the United States is $17,000, annually. These expenses include doctor visits, specialized care and therapy.

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How to Appeal if You Are Denied IHSS

Are you the parent of a child who has Autism, Down Syndrome, or another type of developmental disability? If so, you may qualify for financial assistance, including IHSS.

IHSS stands for In-Home Supportive Services. IHSS provides financial assistance to adults and children with developmental disabilities so they can remain at home safely.

For caretakers, including parents of children with Autism, Down Syndrome, and other developmental disabilities, Protective Supervision, part of the IHSS program, can provide payments every month so you can stay home and properly care for your child.

However, the application process is lengthy, and can be frustrating and confusing. For those who are trying to receive benefits for IHSS, a denial can be stressful.

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What Is In-Home Support Services (IHSS)?

Sometimes, we need financial help as we are trying to work, pay bills, and raise a child with a disability like autism, cerebral palsy, or Down syndrome. Not only does it ease the constant worrying about money, these benefits can help pay for therapies and other treatments, or simply daily expenses that become difficult if you have to take time off or you are unable to work completely.

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