In Home Service’s is a very faithful service to our community, we take care of client age 65 years old and older and individual’s that has disabilities. These services are based on your assessed needs. You would need to talk to your Medicaid social worker to find out what specific help you may need and or receive. Medicaid is the insurance that helps provide clients with personal care services and homemaker services. Medicaid pays for medical and non-medical support services needed by frail individuals, these services will help prevent or avoid institutionalization, for the aging individual. We also accept private pay as well.
What is Personal Care?
Personal care aides they are trained person who can come to the individual’s home and help take care of individual, personal care aides are very compassionate and understanding individuals that want to care for the client. The primary role of a personal assistant is to help with activities of daily living: bathing, dressing, eating, transferring and toileting. They also can provide the non-medical assistances to the disabilities and older adults such as grocery shopping, meal preparation, light laundry, light housekeeping.
What is a Homemaker?
Homemakers are trained person who can come to your home that is very compassionate and understanding individual. Assist the elderly or disabled adults with daily living activities such as nutrition, cleanliness, and household utilities (keeping your home clean, vacuuming, mopping, dusting, making bed, doing laundry, washing dishes and preparing meals).