The Medicaid SBS Program

Michigan's School Based Services (SBS) program has its legal basis in the 1988 amendment to the Social Security Act [42USC1396 b(c)]. This Act allows for partial reimbursement to schools for health services, including occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, psychological/social work, orientation and mobility, transportation, nursing, case management and assistive technology services.

Medicaid Drop-In Training Sessions: None Scheduled at this time  


Washtenaw ISD Computer Lab


1819 S. Wagner Rd


8:00 – 9:30 am    or    4:00 – 5:30 pm





Parent/Guardian Information

Random Moment Time Studies

The Medicaid Random Moment Time Study (RMTS) is a process used by the State of Michigan to help determine the cost of providing services to students in schools.  ISDs must participate as part of the School-Based Services reimbursement program.

(PSSP) PowerSchool Special Programs Users Manual

Supervision Set-Up in PSSP

Tip Sheets for Logging Services:

Physical Therapy Prescription Information

Michigan Medicaid Manual for School Based Services

  • Medicaid Provider Manual
    • School Based Services (p. 1 of 97)
    • (AOP) Administrative Outreach Program (p. 54 of 97)
    • (RMTS) Random Moment Time Study (p. 62 of 97)

Program Contacts

Cherie Vannatter
Assistant Superintendent, Achievement and Student Services
734-994-8100 x1543

Lana Stiebe
Technical Assistant
734-994-8100 x1548