Care for persons over the age of 18 years.
Twenty-four hour services in the client's home.
Services that help people get medical and other services they need to stay in their homes.
Communication Skills Instruction
To help people who have trouble talking to be able to talk.
To help a person reach goals in their Individual Support Plan.
Counseling & Crisis Intervention
To help keep a person safe due to current problems.
Environmental Accessibility Adaptations
Things done to a person's home or car to make sure they are healthy and safe to be independent.
Home Delivered Meals
Healthy meals served to a person who is unable to fix a meal themselves or go out to get one. These meals are delivered to the person's home.
Home Health Help from a nurse in a person's home after a hospital stay
Help as needed in a person's home to keep it safe, clean, and sanitary. Examples: common housework, cooking, and shopping.
Medical Equipment and Supplies
Helps a person do things such as bathe, dress, move from bed to chair, go to the toilet, walk, eat and communicate.
Help with care in a person's home.
Examples: Washing their hair, dressing, bathing, and using the toilet.
Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy
A way to help a person do things in their everyday life, to move arms and legs so they do not get stiff or
who has trouble speaking.
Residential & Day Habilitation
To teach home and community skills.
To give the family a much needed break from ongoing care of a person.
When you leave a skilled home. This helps pay for things so you can move to a home of your own.
Costs may be paid to help people access local places.