Supporting the Rights of Kentuckians with Disabilities 

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Our Mission:

To protect and promote the rights of Kentuckians with disabilities through legally based individual and systemic advocacy, and education.

Who we are and what we do

Protection and Advocacy (P&A) is an independent state agency that was designated by the Governor as the protection and advocacy agency for Kentucky. P&A's staff includes professional advocates and attorneys. We are advocates working together with people who have disabilities to promote and protect their legal rights. Through our information and referral services, we try to answer questions about your rights under disability laws.

When Should I Call P&A


Online Intake Form

The University of Kentucky’s Martin School of Public Policy & Administration reports that it can be beneficial for a state to suspend rather than terminate Medicaid enrollment for individuals involved with the criminal justice system. You can read the report here.
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P&A’s HCBS TRANSITION PLAN COMMENTS CAN BE FOUND HERE.

INITIAL THOUGHTS ABOUT THE HCBS TRANSITION PLAN

Go here if you would like to view P&A’s initial thoughts on the Transition Plan. Thank you to the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law and the National Disability Rights Network for helping us with this document.   

DMS PUBLISHES HCBS TRANSITION PLAN PUBLIC NOTICE

The Kentucky Department for Medicaid Services has published a public notice seeking comments on its Statewide Transition Plan for All Home and Community-Based Services waivers. The Transition Plan is in response to changes in the federal rules for waivers. You can read the Notice here; you can view the Transition Plan here; and you can submit written comments to CMSfinalHCBRule@ky.gov or by mailing comments by December 5, 2014 to:

Department for Medicaid Services
HCB Final Rule Statewide Transition Plan
Commissioners Office
275 E. Main Street, 6W-A
Frankfort, Kentucky  40621


The Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act of 2013 or the ABLE Act
of 2013 passed the US House of Representatives on December 3, 2014 stablish tax-exempt ABLE accounts to assist an individual with a disability in building an account to pay for qualified disability expenses. Additional information can be found at https://www.congress.gov/bill/113th-congress/house-bill/647



Public Comment Form - Please print out and Fax to 502-564-0848




 

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