Homemaker Services: This service can be authorized up to 8 hours per day in the recipient’s home. Homemaker services include the following:
Meal planning and preparation.
Housekeeping—when the waiver recipient occupies only a portion of the residence, the homemaker must maintain this area only.
Laundry—only the waiver recipient’s laundry is the responsibility of the homemaker.
Clothing Repair—repair is restricted to the waiver recipient’s clothing.
Minor home repair such as changing light bulbs or tightening screws on a loose rail.
Shopping assistance—this assistance is limited to the waiver recipient’s needs.
Reporting changes in the recipient’s condition to the case manager.
Following emergency procedures, when needed.
Other related duties as specified in the care plan.
Personal Care & Respite Services can be provided in their home for Medicaid Waiver Clients only referred by APD.
Adult Companionship: This service is provided to accompany the consumer to various places i.e. grocery store, doctor office, etc.
Description Adult companion services are non-medical care, supervision and socialization provided to a functionally impaired adult. Companions may assist or supervise the recipient with such tasks as meal preparation, laundry and shopping. Providers may also perform light housekeeping tasks that are incidental to the care and supervision of the individual.
Assistant Living Facility: Room and board, laundry, bathing, 3 meals per day + snacks, daily activities, transportation to doctors as needed, and more with lots of love.