Home Care Provider Notices
Thank you for your continued service to our participants enrolled in the Home Care Program.
We periodically send notices to our enrolled nursing agencies to keep them informed of important updates with the Home Care Program.
Below you can review our recent and past provider notices.
If you have questions, please contact your Division of Specialized Care for Children nursing agency liaison.
- Provider Notice for Nursing Agencies: Repite Rate Increase Update (effective Sept. 1, 2022)
- Provider Notice for Out-of-Home Respite Providers: Respite Rate Increase Update (effective Sept. 1, 2022)
- Provider Notice for Nursing Agencies: Licensed LRA Update (posted Aug. 31, 2022)
- Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) Geographic Service Area Expansion (posted June 7, 2022)
- Provider Notice – Appendix K COVID-19 Initiative Updates and Reminders (posted Jan. 31, 2022)
- Provider Notice – Appendix K COVID-19 Initiative Update: Nurse Training Rates (posted Dec. 8, 2021)
- Retainer Fees Update (posted June 3, 2021)
- Provider Notice – Appendix K – COVID-19 Initiative Extension Updates and Reminders (posted Feb. 15, 2021)
- Notice to Agencies on Supervisory Visits (posted Oct. 27, 2020)
- Provider Notice – COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Record Requirements (posted Aug. 22, 2020)
- Retainer Fees Update (posted July 29, 2020)
- Healthcare and Family Services (HFS): Charging Participants for PPE (posted July 13, 2020)
- Provider Notice on COVID-19 Initiatives – Questions and Answers Part 2 (posted May 18, 2020)
- Provider Notice on COVID-19 Initiatives – Questions and Answers Part 1 (posted April 30, 2020)
- Provider Notice on COVID-19 Initiatives (posted April 27, 2020)
- IDPH: Updated Recommended Guidance for Requesting PPE During COVID-19 Response (posted April 3, 2020)
- IDPH: Recommended Guidance for Preventing Spread of COVID-19 in the Medically Fragile Child (posted March 24, 2020)
- COVID-19 Preparations for Nursing Agencies (posted March 19, 2020)
- Guidance to Nursing Agencies During COVID-19 Pandemic (posted March 16, 2020)