Have you applied for IHSS Protective Supervision and been denied? Or you received a low amount of hours? You can appeal this decision and still receive the maximum amount of funding.
More than 20 million U.S. families have at least one member with special needs, including Down syndrome. On top of concerns about their child’s health, parents of children with Down syndrome are tasked with planning how to financially support their child throughout their lifetime.
Protective Supervision is part of the In-Home Support Services (IHSS) program in California. If you are raising a child with a developmental disability, such as autism, Down syndrome or cerebral palsy, you might be eligible for Protective Supervision, which allows financial support of up to $3,000 per month. This program is especially for children with disabilities who exhibit dangerous behavior without regard to consequences, and who need someone to supervise them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to minimize injury to themselves.
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.
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.”