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Personal Care Assistance (PCA Choice)

  • Personal Care Assistance services are available for individuals, both children and adults, with disabilities, chronic diseases, behavioral diagnoses and mental illness who need assistance with personal care in their home or in the community. These services are funded through government health care programs to help individuals who are unable to fully care for themselves, and allow them to stay in their homes rather than institutional settings or hospitals.

  • Personal Care Assistance can help with “activities of daily living” such as dressing, grooming, eating, bathing, transfers, mobility, positioning and toileting, as well as other health related tasks, redirection of behaviors, and “instrumental activities of daily living” such as light housekeeping, laundry and meal preparation for adults.

  • Personal Care Choice is a program which enables individuals to independently recruit, hire and train the PCAs who provide their care. The PCA Choice option gives individuals a greater level of responsibility in managing their own care while providing an Arue Home Health fiscal intermediary to assist in handling the employment and management-related functions of their PCA. The PCA Choice provider jointly employs the PCA, bills for the services and pays the PCA and the qualified professional.

 

245D Waivered Service

  • Arue home health care is a Basic 245D licensed provider of Respite, Personal Supports, Homemaker, Adult Companion and Night Supervision Services. In each service, you select a trusted, qualified worker, suited for your needs. Your assigned Arue Home Health 245D Service Coordinator will work with you, and your county case manager, to set-up and administer your Basic 245D Waivered Services, while ensuring that all workers are properly trained. 

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