Ask your case manager to do it for you. If your case manager disagrees that you qualify for an ETR, you can do ask for an ETR yourself.
If you are asking for the ETR yourself, send your case manager your ETR request and any paperwork that helps prove your case. If you are asking for the ETR on your own, send it to the ETR Coordinator for your Community Services Office (CSO), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) office, or Home and Community Services (HCS) Office.
*To get the appropriate ETR Coordinator's name, contact your local CSO. They will have the names for all the different ETR coordinators.
CARE Assessment ETRs: Make your ETR request to your case manager or local HCS, Area Agency on Aging (AAA) or DDA field office. You can make your request verbally or in writing. We recommend you try to do it in writing, so you have a record of your request. Requests approved at the field level go to the ETR committee in Olympia for a final decision.