A.J. Mock

The Wyoming Department of Health will host a stakeholder forum from 1 until 3 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 16 at the Buffalo Senior Center. 

According to Buffalo Senior Center Executive Director A.J. Mock, the Community Choices Waiver program is an alternative for long-term care placement for people qualifying for Medicaid.

"So instead of being admitted into a facility they can remain at home and receive the care that they need from community based organizations like the Buffalo Senior Center and Johnson County Healthcare," Mock said. 

Community Choices Waiver participants, providers, case managers and other stakeholders are encouraged to attend to learn about upcoming changes to the program. 

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