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Delivering the

Care You Deserve

Providing Support and Coordination for People With Intellectual Disabilities & Their Families

Supports Coordination Organization in Pennsylvania

Advocates for Independence

Achieving More provides supports coordination for people with intellectual disabilities.

We provide trusted, high-quality supports coordination for participants in the Consolidated Waiver, Community Living Waiver, and Person/Family Directed Support Waiver.

We are committed to enabling people in our local communities to realize their potential for independence, and their vision for everyday life, through persistent, professional, and knowledgeable advocacy. Our dedicated team builds strong, stable, and lasting relationships based on a caring and responsive approach.

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Our Promises

Your path to ACHIEVEMENT starts here.

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We will arrange a meeting within 48 hours of initial contact.

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You will be assigned a personal supports coordinator.

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Your supports coordinator will work with you and your team to support your goals.

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We will ensure ongoing support and satisfaction.

Your supports coordinator will meet with you, your family and your support team to develop a written plan of care (ISP) that will be the roadmap to achieving your goals.

Achieve independence at home and in the community.

Testimonials

…a wonderfully compassionate and understanding woman

Director Erin McDevitt is a wonderfully compassionate and understanding woman who immediately extends her warmth, insight, and acceptance to everyone. Her personal approach offers great care and kindness. – C.B.

They have made this process so much better…

The staff couldn’t be more helpful and caring. The personalized attention they give to each case shows just how dedicated they are. I am so grateful to how quickly they had my mom’s case managed. They set up the in-home nursing agency and the monthly mailing of products my mom receives. They have made this process so much better with their compassion and true regard for my mom and for me. – D.M.

Terrific team of professionals…

Terrific team of professionals. Top flight company. – B.M.

Person/family Directed Support Waiver

Eligibility

  • There Is No Age Limit for Individuals With an Intellectual Disability or Autism.

Level of Care

  • Medical Evaluation
  • Diagnosis of an Intellectual Disability, Autism, or Developmental Disability
  • Recommended for an Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) Level of Care Based on a Medical Evaluation
  • Determined Eligible for Medical Assistance (MA)
  • Meet the Financial Requirements as Determined by Your Local County Assistance Office.

Individual cost limit of $41,000 per person per fiscal year

  • Excludes Supports Coordination and Supports Broker Services
  • The Limit Can Be Exceeded by $15,000 for Advanced Supported Employment or Supported Employment Services

Community Living Waiver

Eligibility

  • There Is No Age Limit for Individuals With an Intellectual Disability or Autism.

Level of Care

  • Medical Evaluation
  • Diagnosis of an Intellectual Disability, Autism, or Developmental Disability
  • Recommended for an Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) Level of Care Based on a Medical Evaluation
  • Determined Eligible for Medical Assistance (MA)
  • Meet the Financial Requirements as Determined by Your Local County Assistance Office.

Individual cost limit of $85,000 per person per fiscal year (Supports Coordination is excluded from this limit)

What does it offer?

Supports individuals to live more independently in their homes and communities through the provision of a variety of services that promote community living, employment, communication, self-direction, choice, and control.

  • Provide services to approximately 1,000 individuals with an intellectual disability or autism, as well as children under age 9 with a developmental disability who have a high probability of resulting in an intellectual disability or autism.

Consolidated Waiver

Eligibility

The Pennsylvania Consolidated Waiver is designed to help individuals with an intellectual disability, autism or developmental disability to live more independently in their homes and communities and to provide a variety of services that promote community living, including self-directed service models and traditional, agency-based service models.

  • There Is No Age Limit for Individuals With an Intellectual Disability or Autism.
  • Level of Care
  • Medical Evaluation
  • Diagnosis of an Intellectual Disability, Autism, or Developmental Disability
  • Recommended for an Intermediate Care Facility (Icf) Level of Care Based on a Medical Evaluation
  • Determined Eligible for Medical Assistance (MA)
  • Meet the Financial Requirements as Determined by Your Local County Assistance Office

Waiver Services

  • Advanced Supported Employment

  • Assistive Technology

  • Behavioral Support

  • Benefits Counseling

  • Communication Specialist

  • Community Participation Support

  • Companion

  • Consultative Nutritional Services

  • Education Support

  • Family/Caregiver Training and Support

  • Home Accessibility Adaptations

  • Homemaker/Chore

  • Housing Transition and Tenancy Sustaining Services

  • In-Home and Community Support

  • Music, Art, and Equine Assisted Therapy

  • Participant-Directed Goods and Services

  • Respite

  • Shift Nursing

  • Small Group Employment

  • Specialized Supplies

  • Supported Employment

  • Supports Broker

  • Supports Coordination

  • Therapy

  • Physical

  • Occupational

  • Speech

  • Language

  • Orientation, Mobility, and Vision

  • Transportation

  • Vehicle Accessibility Adaptations