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Home and Community Based Service Programs address the needs of people with functional limitations who need assistance with everyday activities, like getting dressed or bathing. HCBS are often designed to enable people to stay in their homes, rather than moving to a facility for care. HCBS programs generally fall into two categories: health services and human services.
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In-home behavior support services assist families and those caring for individuals with Autism and Dual Diagnosis who are living at home manage and change ongoing, challenging behaviors in the home environment.
Your behavior specialist will get to know the family and the individuals, then work with each family to develop a customized behavior plan.
Families are full participants in making sure the plan is following consistently, around the clock. We give families the tools they need to make changes at home and to track progress and improvements.
Family First Homecare encourages the adults we serve to create and strive for new goals throughout their lifetime and respect every individual’s choices. We assist in a positive redirection to support independent living.
Designed to improve the transition process as a patient moves from an inpatient setting, such as a hospital or rehabilitation facility, back home. Through our Care Transitions, we work closely with patients to assist in managing their disease process or rehabilitation with a goal of reducing the risk of the patient being readmitted to an inpatient facility.
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Respite care is a service provided to an individual unable to care for himself/herself. The service is furnished on a short-term basis to provide needed relief to, or because of the absence of, the caregiver including, but not limited to, the biological kin, pre-adoptive, adoptive, foster parent, and legal guardian.
Respite care services are available to individual receiving the HCBS benefit who are residing in his or her family home (biological or kin), legal guardian’s home, pre-adoptive/adoptive, or foster home. Respite care may include hourly, daily and overnight support.
The Palliative Care program uses the expertise of both our home health care and hospice teams to ensure patients receive the right care in the right setting.
Quality of Life: Hospice care addresses the patient's physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs, and thus earlier admittance allows for more quality time with loved ones.
Medical Equipment & Supplies: Hospice care provides hospital beds, commodes, and wheelchairs to make the patient and caregivers safe and comfortable.
Bereavement & Family Support: Early hospice admission allows professionals to provide bereavement care, which helps families better cope with their grief.
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