Medicaid is a medical assistance plan for persons who are elderly, blind, or disabled. Adults who receive Medicaid must also be poor.
People under age 65 who qualify for Medicaid on the basis of a disability include adults and children with disabilities that they have had since birth and others.
To receive Medicaid for the blind or disabled, a doctor must evaluate you, older adults, and people with disabilities whose family income and.
See if your state has expanded Medicaid coverage to low-income adults. including those whose eligibility is based on blindness, disability, or age (65 and .
If you have a disability, mental health condition, or personal assistance needs, may qualify for savings on a private health plan or for coverage through Medicaid .