Personal Assistance Program

Activities of daily living (ADLs), often termed physical ADLs or basic ADLs, include the fundamental skills typically needed to manage basic physical needs, comprised the following areas: grooming/personal hygiene, dressing, toileting/continence, transferring/ambulating, and eating.

Home and Community Based Services

provide opportunities for Medicaid beneficiaries to receive services in their own home or community rather than institutions or other isolated settings. These programs serve a variety of targeted populations groups, such as people with intellectual or developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, and/or mental illnesses.

Office of Long-Term Living

Assistance with daily activities, such as bathing, dressing and meal preparation, at some point in their lives, whether due to aging, injury, illness or disability

Next Steps...

Through our FREE in-home assessment, we can determine whether you need just a few hours a week or more extensive care and create a program that provides the right balance of service and value. We encourage you to assist us in providing the right service plan for you and your family. We will make every attempt to fulfill all
reasonable customer service requests and accommodations for you and your loved ones.