Adult Day Services: Structured programs provide a secure, stimulating environment
and respite for caregivers. Transportation may be available.
Care Management: A registered nurse or licensed social worker coordinates your services and monitors your care.
Consumer Directed Care: Allows you to hire a friend or family member to provide home care services.
Emergency Response System: 24-hour, inhome monitoring systems that provide safety and/or medication alerts.
Environmental Services: Pest control, major housecleaning and waste removal.
Home Care Assistance: A trained aide helps with housekeeping, personal care and other daily activities, and provides respite (time off) for the primary caregiver.
Home Modifications and Repairs: Minor repairs and safety upgrades such as ramps, grab bars and dead-bolt locks.
Independent Living Assistance: Help with benefit applications, and organizing personal and household records.
Meals and Nutrition Counseling: Homedelivered meals and help understanding your special dietary needs.
Medical Equipment: Health or safety-related equipment such as a bath bench, cane or walker.
Mental Health Services: Feelings of depression and anxiety make it harder to remain independent. A counselor can meet with you in your home to help you regain a more positive outlook and sense of well being.
Transportation: Transportation to medical and other appointments.