Care Management provides an in-depth evaluation of client needs and the facilitation of the most appropriate services and monitors those services and the person’s individual service.
- Home Support- assistance with laundry, light housekeeping, meal preparation, and grocery shopping.
- Meals on Wheels- provides hot noontime meals to predominately homebound older adults delivered by volunteers. Sack meals are available for evenings and weekends determined by the service plan.
- Adult Day Care- subsidized day care which provides a structured, secure environment with daily activities and programs.
- Personal Assistance Services- provides or assists an individual with such needs as bathing (tub, bed bath, shower), washing hair, grooming, shaving, nail care, foot care, dressing, skin care, mouth care, and oral hygiene through a consumer directed approach.
- Home Support- assistance with medicine, personal hygiene, nail care, hairdressing, picking out coordinated outfits, help with getting dressed or applying makeup.
- Home Health- registered nursing services not covered by Medicare may be covered in the home short term and for medication distribution.
- Medical Supplies- assistance with medical supply needs.
- An assessment caseworker will first assess the client in order to determine level of care
- The Options care manager will then assess the client to determine which services are needed and develop an individual service plan
Follow-up period: A reassessment of consumer’s needs is done annually. Home visits are based on individualized contact plan.