Our services provide a relief for the aging and the disabled population who prefer to recover in the comfort of their homes.
These are the home care services currently available through our agency for Medicaid and private pay recipients as well as contracted Nursing Pool Services with facilities.
- Plan of Care
- Personal Care Services
- Pediatric/Adolescence PCS
- Senior/Disabled PCS
- Companion/Sitter Care
- Respite Care
- Private Pay Home Care (hourly care packages)
- Nursing Pool Services
- Veteran PCS
PLAN OF CARE
The registered nurse shall visit the client in the client’s residence to assess the client’s general condition, progress and response to services provided.
PERSONAL CARE SERVICES
Personal Care Services (PCS) covers the services of an aide in the recipient’s private residence to assist with the recipient’s personal care needs such as, meal preparation, feeding, bathing, dressing, toileting, etc. that are directly linked to a medical condition. PCS is a paraprofessional service and does not include skilled medical or skilled nursing care.
ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING (ADLs) – DEFINITION
Basic personal care usually performed by an individual during the course of the day including ambulation, bathing, bed mobility, dressing, eating, personal hygiene, toilet use, and transfers.
These activities are directly linked to the recipient’s medical condition or diagnosis. These activities are usually performed by unlicensed paraprofessionals and do not constitute skilled medical or skilled nursing care.
PEDIACTRIC/ADOLESENT PERSONAL CARE SERVICES
Children with injuries or disabilities might have difficulties performing everyday tasks by themselves. With the help of our care team at HEALTH-PRO Homecare Services, Inc., we will make sure that they are at their utmost comfort at home so that they can focus on achieving their independence and living the full life they have yet to experience.
SENIOR/DISABLED PERSONAL CARE SERVICES
HEALTH-PRO Homecare Services, Inc. understands that old age and disabilities bring about difficulties when it comes to performing personal care tasks. If they neglect their personal care tasks, it might affect their overall health and well-being. To ensure that we fulfill our mission of serving our clients, we will make sure that we provide proper assistance and respect to the elderly and persons with disabilities so that they can continue to live life with dignity.
COMPANION CARE/SITTER CARE
An elderly companion or senior sitter is a non-medical caregiver that can be there whenever and wherever clients need them whether that be full-time, part-time, 24/7. Care can take place in a variety of settings such as senior living housing, nursing homes, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, etc., but most often takes place within a home setting. However, elderly sitters can only perform certain tasks that are not medically related or involve physical contact (such as ADLs), so their roles are generally limited to providing basic supervision and companionship that can also include light housekeeping and errands depending upon the agreement made with the caregiver.
Respite Care is temporary care of a dependent elderly, ill, or handicapped person, providing relief for their usual caregivers.
PRIVATE PAY HOME CARE
Private pay home care is a service provided to elderly individuals who are in need of assistance with day-to-day activities. A private pay home caregiver visits your home or the home of your loved one and helps with activities such as meal preparation, housekeeping, and personal grooming and hygiene. This form of home care consists of hourly rate care packages.
CAP/C- (COMMUNITY ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN)
CAP/C seeks to allow recipients who need long-term institutional care to return to or remain in the community. It is designed to serve a limited number of medically fragile children who would be institutionalized in a nursing facility or hospital if payment for home care services were not available through this NC Medicaid (Medicaid) CAP/C waiver. CAP/C exists to supplement rather than replace the formal and informal services and support already available to a child.
CAP/C waiver services that Health-Pro provides are specified below.
a. Pediatric Nurse Aide services
b. Personal Care services
c. Respite care Services
CAP/DA- (COMMUNITY ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM FOR DISABLED ADULTS)
The Community Alternatives Program for Disabled Adults (CAP/DA) is a Medicaid Home and Community–Based Services (HCBS) Waiver Program. The CAP/DA program waives certain NC Medicaid (Medicaid) requirements to furnish an array of home and community based services to adults who are elderly or disabled. The services are designed to provide an alternative to institutionalization for recipients in this target population who prefer to remain in their homes, and would be at risk of institutionalization without these services.
CAP/DA supplements rather than replaces the formal and informal services and supports already available to an individual. CAP/DA services are intended for situations where no household member, relative, caregiver, landlord, community/volunteer agency, or third party payer is able or willing to meet the needs of the recipient.
CAP/DA waiver services that Health-Pro provides are specified below:
a. Personal care Services
b. Respite services
NURSING POOL SERVICES
A Nursing pool is any person, firm, corporation, partnership, or association engaged for hire in the business of providing or procuring temporary employment in health care facilities for nursing personnel; including licensed nurses, nursing assistants, nurses’ aides, and orderlies. “Nursing pool” does not include an individual who engages solely in providing his own services on a temporary basis to health care facilities.
VETERAN PERSONAL CARE SERVICES
At HEALTH-PRO Homecare Services, Inc., we honor the men and women who have served our country by providing care for them. We understand that some veterans may have injuries/disabilities that hinder them from independently performing their activities of living.
That is why we will dedicate our compassion and utmost respect in providing care for veterans just as they have dedicated their lives to protect our country.
Other in-home services, which are provided by experienced personnel include:
- Supervision and companionship
- Assistance with bathing, dressing, and incontinence care
- Homemaking, light housekeeping, and meal preparation
- Shopping and errands
- Assistance with correspondence and bills
- Medication Reminders
Please allow at least 24 hours for us to respond to your request for services. For further or immediate assistance, please call 252-364-8114.