Home Care Services
"Individuals First Choice" Since 2004
Personal Care Services (PCS)
Home Care services for Children or Adults, that will allow an aide in the recipient’s private residence to assist with the personal care needs that are directly linked to recipient’s medical condition. (Many individuals don’t know about the many services, programs and resources available to help an individual continue to live at home. Often, these services are the first avenue to explore).
(Community Alternative Program for Disabled Adults)
Services to allow adults (age 18 and older) who qualify for nursing facility care to remain in their private residences. The program contributes to the quality of the participants and their families/caregivers, while providing care that is cost-effective in comparison to the Medicaid cost for nursing facility care.
(Community Alternative Program for Disabled Children)
Home care service for medically fragile children (through age 20) who would otherwise require long-term hospital care or nursing facility care. The program contributes to the quality of life for the children and their families/caregivers, while providing care that is cost-effective in comparison to the Medicaid cost for institutional care.
Short term care that helps a family take a break from the daily routine and stress. It can be provided in the client's home or in a variety of out of home settings. Respite care is an essential part of the overall support that families may need to keep their child with a disability or chronic illness at home.
Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT)
Medicaid funding for individuals under 21 years of age. The service must be medically necessary to correct or ameliorate a defect, physical or mental illness or a condition that is identified through a screening examination.
Veterans Care Program
Is a pension program made available through the VA to provide financial assistance to veterans of all ages who need home care services. An experienced caregiver can provide physical and emotional support to those in need. This can help veterans stay active, stay focused on the future, and feel as though life is still worth living. The major stipulation is that in order to qualify, a veteran needs to have served at least one day active duty during a time of official combat.
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A Primary Choice, Inc., services Medicaid, VA, Private Insurance, and Private Pay clients.