Intensive In-Home Autism Services
Intensive In-Home Autism Services consists of specialized programming provided to children in their home for a minimum of 20 hours per week (and up to to 35 hours per week). In order to qualify for these services, a child must meet the same eligibility requirements as the Children's Long Term Support Waiver Program, plus these additional criteria:
A disability determination.
A verified diagnosis (including testing that supports the diagnosis) of Autism, PDD NOS, or Asperger Syndrome.
Child is under 8 years of age (must have the above criteria prior to turning 8.)
Identification of a qualified provider ready to provide services to the child.
Less than three years of intensive in-home services from any source.
One year commitment from the family to participate in intensive services (defined as a minimum of 20 hours per week of face-to-face therapy with the child.)
Six months Wisconsin residency.
Children who complete three years of intensive in-home autism treatment services may be eligible to transition to ongoing services funded by the state.
Families may request to transition to ongoing services prior to their 3 year end date. These requests must meet certain criteria as stated in the Request to Transition Policy.
Once a child is approved for ongoing services, they may access any services allowable under the Children's Long Term Support Program Waiver, excluding Intensive In-Home Autism Services.
The State of Wisconsin Department of Health and Human Services CLTS-W has a parental fee system. Parental fee means that families may be assessed a fee based on:
Individual service plan costs
View parental fee information and FAQs online.
How to Apply
The first step to find out if your child is eligible and to apply for services in Ozaukee County contact St. Francis Children's Center by phone at 414-351-0450. St. Francis operates this program for Ozaukee County.