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 Caregivers Monthly Compensation 75%

Structured Family Caregiving is a division within Magnolia Angels for family care providers. Structured Family Caregiving is a program where a primary caregiver moves into the home of the waiver client, or the reverse – the waiver client moves into the primary caregivers’ home.  Primary caregivers and the waiver client are allowed to share a common wall if they do not reside together.  The primary caregiver receives financial compensation for providing care to the waiver client who would otherwise require nursing home level of care. The waiver client is allowed be under the age of 18. 

Care Recipient Requirements 
To qualify under the SFC program, an applicant must be a resident of Indiana, be financially eligible for the Aged and Disability Medicaid Waiver and meet the Level of Care for Nursing Facility placement as determined by a case manager.

Caregiver Requirements
The primary caregiver must be at least 18 years of age and be deemed physically and mentally capable of performing his or her caregiving responsibilities. He or she must be willing to complete a criminal background check. As mentioned before, care providers via this program cannot be the applicant’s spouse or their legal guardian.

For more information, please complete the inquiry form today to begin your journey!

How to Apply / Learn More

For more information about the Structured Family Caregiving program, call the Indiana Division of Aging toll free at 1-888-673-0002. Persons wishing to apply for Medicaid or become eligible for the Indiana Aged and Disabled Waiver should contact their local Indiana Area Agency on Aging. Make sure to scroll down to the bottom of the page to search for the AAA in your county.

Questions? Need help applying? Our Coordinators are here to help. Please contact a branch location TODAY!






Indiana Home- and Community-Based Services Waivers: HCBS WAIVER PROVIDER MANUAL

Once you're done applying make sure to give your Case Manager our agency name: Magnolia Angels

A case manager, registered nurse and/or a caregiver coach from the Structured Family Caregiving overseeing agency creates a service plan tailored to each individual applicant’s needs. Applicants are placed into one of three levels, which determine the amount of compensation the caregiver receives. Below, we estimate the monthly compensation caregivers receive as well as the amount the intermediary agency takes. The level of care is related to the amount of personal care needs that are required by the care recipient.  The figures in the table below are current as of August 2022. Please note that the estimated monthly rate is based on a 28–31 days in a month. Thus, the monthly compensation will vary based on the number of days in each month.

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