(A) This rule describes medicaid eligibility criteria for applications for medical assistance filed on or after January 1, 2014, for individuals:
(1) Who are age nineteen or twenty, or
(2) Who aged out of foster care on their eighteenth birthday and are younger than age twenty-six.
(B) Eligibility criteria for coverage because an individual is age nineteen or twenty.
(1) The individual must be age nineteen or twenty.
(2) Calculate the individual's family size and household income as described in rule 5101:1-37-61 of the Administrative Code.
(3) The individual's household income must not exceed fourty-four per cent of the federal poverty level for the family size.
(C) Eligibility criteria for coverage because an individual aged out of foster care.
(1) The individual must:
(a) Be at least eighteen years old and younger than twenty-six years old;
(b) Have been in foster care under the responsibility of the state on the individual's eighteenth birthday;
(c) Have received foster care maintenance (FCM) payments or independent living services furnished by a program funded under Title IV-E of the Social Security Act of 1935 (as in effect January 1, 2008), before the individual reached age eighteen; and
(d) Cooperate in establishing eligibility, which includes signing and dating the application.
(2) There is no income test for coverage because an individual aged out of foster care.