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Who is eligible for an NED-II voucher?

To be eligible for a Non-elderly Disabled Category II (NED-II) voucher, you must be a non-elderly person with a disability who is head of the family, co-head or a sole member who is:
  • transitioning from a nursing home or other healthcare institution. (This is defined as intermediate or specialized institutions that meet the needs of the mentally retarded, developmentally disabled or mentally ill, and exclude board and care facilities).
  • provided the services needed to live independently in the community.
Families with only a minor child with a disability are not eligible. 

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