Service Inquiry

 

 

Medicaid Waiver Programs SCL/MPW:

Personal Care Services (MPW)

Older woman outdoorsPersonal Care Services refer to those daily activities that people often would rather perform alone, but can not be managed independently. We perform these services with the utmost sensitivity and respect for the individual.

  • Bathing and daily hygiene needs
  • Assisting with clothing selection and dressing
  • Assisting with toileting and incontinence issues
  • Light meal preparation
  • Medication reminders

Homemaking Services (MPW)

For those dealing with disabilities it often becomes more difficult to accomplish tasks that keep your home neat, safe and enjoyable. Our staff offers and helps teach:

  • Light housekeeping
  • Assisting with laundry
  • Making beds and changing linens
  • Preparing grocery lists
  • Checking food expirations
  • Assisting with pet care

Community Access Service (Supports for Community Living)

Is designed to empower the client in developing natural supports in acquiring, practicing, utilizing and improving skills related to:

  • Connecting with others
  • Independent functioning
  • Self-advocacy
  • Socialization
  • Community participation
  • Personal responsibility
  • Financial responsibility

Personal Assistance (Supports for Community Living)

Assistance to enable client to accomplish tasks that the client normally would do for himself or herself if they did not have a disability

  • Hands-on assistance
  • Reminding, observing, guiding, or training a participant in activities of daily living
  • Reminding, observing, guiding, or training a participant in independent activities of daily living
  • Assist in managing medical care (i.e. appointments, and accompanying )
  • Transportation, which is not otherwise available under the Medicaid Program to access community services, activities and appointments

Community Living Supports (MPW)

  • To facilitate independence and promote integration into the community
  • Routine household tasks, activities of daily living, personal hygiene
  • Shopping, money management
  • Medication management
  • Socialization, relationship building, leisure choices, community activities, therapeutic goals