- FFY 2023-2026 Indiana State Plan on Aging open for public comment
Under the federal Older Americans Act of 1965, as amended, the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Division of Aging is responsible for developing and administering a multi-year State Plan on Aging that provides goals and objectives related to assisting older residents, their families and caregivers. The Division of Aging is soliciting feedback on the proposed FFY 2023-2026 State Plan on Aging. Individuals may submit comments and offer suggestions via email to DAComments@fssa.IN.gov or by mail to the address below. All written comments must be received no later than June 10, 2022. The division will also be hosting in-person and virtual events. Dates, locations, times and registration information is listed below.
- Attachments A & B – Assurances and Information Requirements
- Attachment C – Intrastate Funding Formula
- Attachment D – AAA Map
- Attachment E – CASOA Report (January 2022)
- Attachment F – NCI-AD 2019-2020 Report
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Mail comments to:
Division of Aging
ATTN: State Plan on Aging
402 W. Washington St.,
P.O. Box 7083, MS21, Room W-454
Indianapolis, IN 46204
In-person and virtual events
To gather feedback, the division is hosting five events to connect with stakeholders for the state plan. If you require accommodations, please contact DAComments@fssa.IN.gov no later than 72 hours in advance of the event you plan to attend.
There are no future events planned at this time.
- Traumatic Brain Injury Waiver Renewal Open for Public Comment
The Indiana Family and Social Service Administration Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning and the Division of Aging intends to submit a renewal for the Traumatic Brain Injury waiver to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for consideration. FSSA proposes to renew the Traumatic Brain Injury waiver as currently implemented. There are no new waiver or service provisions being requested for this renewal request. The Traumatic Brain Injury waiver renewal will be available for review and public comment until September 30, 2022.
Comments may be emailed to DAComments@fssa.IN.gov or mailed to the address below:
FSSA–Division of Aging
RE: TBI Waiver Renewal Public Comment
402 West Washington Street, Room W454
P.O. Box 7083
Indianapolis, IN 46207
Hard copies of the proposed renewal are available upon request at the address identified above. Additionally, copies of the proposed renewal are available at local Division of Family Resources offices as well as local Area Agencies on Aging offices.
- Public Notice Regarding Amendment of the Aged and Disabled Waiver, January 18, 2023
- Aged and Disabled Waiver renewal tribal notice and letter
- Public Notice Regarding Amendment of the Aged and Disabled Waiver, February 1, 2023