1619A SOCIAL SECURITY ACT
A provision allowing continued SSI and Medical Assistance eligibility for people who would otherwise lose SSI because of a demonstrated ability to work. See Chapter 13 (Basis of Eligibility) and the Minnesota Health Care Programs Eligibility Policy Manual.
1619B SOCIAL SECURITY ACT
A provision allowing continued Medical Assistance eligibility for people who become ineligible for SSI benefits under 1619A due to excess income. See Chapter 13 (Basis of Eligibility) and the Minnesota Health Care Programs Eligibility Policy Manual.
Able-Bodied Adults Without Dependents. See 0011.24 (Able-Bodied Adults Without Dependents).
See ACHIEVING A BETTER LIFE EXPERIENCE ACCOUNT below. Also see 0017.15.32 (ABLE Accounts).
See NON-CUSTODIAL PARENT in 0002.45 (Glossary: Netherlands' Act...).
See ALTERNATIVE CARE in 0002.03 (Glossary: Agent Orange...).
MFIP : See BANKED MONTHS in 0002.05 (Glossary: Assistance Standard...).
ACHIEVING A BETTER LIFE EXPERIENCE ACCOUNT
Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) accounts allow people with disabilities to save money to pay for disability-related expenses without affecting their eligibility for public benefits. See 0017.15.32 (ABLE Accounts).
For the specific Combined Application addendums, see 0002.11 (Glossary: Child Care…).
FAIR MARKET VALUE or other compensation equal to it.
A notice sent no later than the date of action.
ADJUDICATION OF PATERNITY
Determination of the identity of a child's father by a court.
ADMINISTRATIVE DISQUALIFICATION HEARING
An administrative hearing initiated by the county for people accused of wrongfully obtaining assistance or intentional program violations who, if found guilty, are disqualified from CASH ASSISTANCE and/or SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM for a specified period of time.
An adoption assistance grant from state or IV-E funds to adoptive parents, a GUARDIAN, or a CONSERVATOR.
See IV-E ADOPTION in 0002.35 (Glossary: Inventory...).
SNAP: A person age 22 or over who lives with his or her natural or adoptive parent(s) or stepparent(s).
GA : A person age 18 or over who lives with his or her parent(s).
ADULT-SUPERVISED SUPPORTIVE LIVING ARRANGEMENT
MFIP : A private family setting which assumes responsibility for the care and control of a MINOR CAREGIVER and minor child; or other living arrangement, not including a public institution, which ensures that the MINOR CAREGIVER receives adult supervision and supportive services such as counseling, guidance, independent living skills training, or supervision. These other living arrangements must be licensed by the Commissioner of Human Services.
GA : Age 55 or older with a work history showing a marked deterioration compared to the applicant's or participant's work history before age 55 as indicated by decreasing occupational status, reduced hours of employment, or decreased periods of employment.
See AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN in 0002.03 (Glossary: Agent Orange...).
A written declaration made under oath before a notary public or other authorized officer.
See COUNTY AGENCY in 0002.13 (Glossary: Conciliation...).
An OVERPAYMENT or UNDERPAYMENT caused by the county agency's action or inaction.