Personal Preference Program

New Jersey’s Medicaid Personal Preference Program (PPP) provides financial assistance to elderly and / or disabled Medicaid-qualified residents to help them live independently and manage their activities of daily living.

This is a program funded by Medicaid that might allow you to pursue being awarded a ‘cash allowance’ to provide your own personal care to your loved one in lieu of receiving the services of a home healthcare agency. ‘Medical Care’ could include and is not limited to any assistance you give to your adult child in self-care, hygiene and medical support.


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