Services
Attendant care Services (ACS)

This service is defined as a day and/or night direct support and assistance for recipients three (3) years of age and older, or for the relief of the care fiver, in and out of the recipient's home, to achieve and/or maintain the outcomes of increased independence, productivity, enhanced family functioning, and inclusion in the community, as outlined in his/her person-centered plan.  Services may include but are not limited to:

Following the path to Total Assurance
Respite Care

Services are provided on a short term basis in the absence of the care giver's who are in need of relief from providing normal care.  This service could be a help to family members who may need time to take care of personal needs or to renew themselves.  Respite may be provided in or out of the recipient's home.  Respite services are available up to twenty four hours a day.
Supervised Independent Living (SIL)

SIL provides assistance and/or training to individuals eighteen (18) years or older to reside in his/her apartment or own home of their choice as independently as possible, and to prevent institutionalization's.  This services assures that individuals are living in a safe environment and receiving quality support on a regular basis.  Services may include:








Our Services

Attendant Care Services (ACS)

Respite Care

Supervised Independent Living (SIL)

Elderly & Disabled Services (EDA)

Long-Term Personal Care (LT-PCS)

Children Choice

EPSDT

Elderly & Disabled Services (EDA)

This service provides alternative services to individuals to live in the community instead of Nursing Homes or Institution.  Services include but are not limited to:




Long-Term Personal Care Services (LT-PCS)


The purpose of personal care services is to provide limited assistance with the focus person activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living.


Children Choice


The Children Choice Program provides the following assistance:

EPSDT

These services are defined as tasks that are medically necessary as they pertain to an EPSDT eligible's physical requirements when physical limitations are due to illness or injury and necessitate assistance with eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, bladder or bowel requirements.

This service also prevents institutionalization and enables the recipient to be treated on an outpatient basis rather than an inpatient basis.  To the extent that services on an outpatient basis are projected to be more cost effective than services provided on an inpatient basis.

The recipient must be of an age at which the tasks to be performed by the recipient would ordinarily be performed by the individual, if he or she was not disable due to illness or injury.

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