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Acquired Brain Injury Waiver


The Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Waiver is intended to support individuals with brain injury and their families so the individuals can remain in their home communities and re-learn skills that will assist them in becoming more independent.  




If you are interested in applying for the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Waiver, please use the Guide for Applying to the Waiver.

For further information and assistance, please contact your local Participant Support Specialist.

In order to successfully apply to the waiver, you must be in contact with your local Participant Support Specialist who will assist you with all the necessary details.  


The ABI Waiver requires certain requirements in order to be successfully admitted onto the waiver. For futher details, please view and read the ABI Waiver Neurological Requirements in PDF.

Case Manager Instructions for Scheduling the Neuropsych - effective 4/2013



Wyoming Certified Brain Injury Specialists: CBIS is part of the Visions Progam at the Wyoming State Training School in Lander, Wyoming. Among the CBIS program objectives: to improve the quality of brain injury services; to develop a curriculum and a Performance Based Assessment specific to brain injury services; to provide training and education for persons working in areas of brain injury services that will promote delivery of quality services to consumers.