Assistive Technology
Certain devices that help you with activities of daily living, such as grabbers or big handled eating utensils.
Homemaker
Someone to help you with household chores or errands like laundry, sweeping, or grocery shopping.
In-Home Respite
Someone to come and stay with you in your home for a short time so your caregiver can get some rest.
Minor Home Modifications
Certain devices or changes to your home to make it easier and safer for you to be in your home, such as ramps or grab-bars.
Personal Care Attendant
Someone to help you with activities of daily living for longer periods of time or go with you to doctor's visits or other appointments.
Personal Care Services
Someone to help you with activities of daily living such as bathing, toileting or transfers.
Private Duty Skilled Nursing
An LPN or RN who provides care for patients in a home setting as required by a doctor's orders and a developed plan of care.
Private Pay
Someone to provide companionship and assist with activities of daily living for a loved one. These services are paid for privately by an individual or entity.
Workers Compensation/Disability
Someone to provide skilled nursing and/or personal care, homemaker and in-home respite services for individuals effected by work related injuries and disability insurance requirements.