We are licensed by the Department of Human Services (DHS) to provide Home and Community-Based Services(HCBS) to persons with disabilities and persons age 65 and older in the state of Minnesota, subject to the standards of Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 245A and Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 245D.
Basic Support Services include:
- 24-hour emergency assistance: On-call counseling and problem solving and/or immediate response for assistance at a person’s home due to a health/personal emergency
- Adult companion services: Non-medical care, supervision and socialization provided to a person age 18 or older
- Homemaker Services: Services ranging from light household cleaning to household cleaning with incidental assistance with home management and/or activities of daily living.
- Individual Community Living Support: ICLS services offer assistance and support for people who need reminders, cues, intermittent/moderate supervision or physical assistance to remain in their own home.
- Night Supervision: Overnight assistance and monitoring provided by an awake staff in the person’s home
- Personal Support: Non-medical care, supervision and assistance provided in the home of the person or in the community to achieve increased independence, productivity and inclusion in the community
- Respite care, in home or out-of- home: short-term care services provided due to the absence or need for relief of the family member(s) or primary caregiver normally providing the care
In-Home Support Services include:
- In-Home Family Support: Services provided in the patient’s residence and/or community and are directed towards increasing and maintaining the person’s physical, intellectual, emotional and social functioning.
- Individual Living Skills (ILS) Training: Services that develop, maintain and improve the community-living skills of a person
- Supported Living Services for Adults: Habilitation services provided to an adult who requires daily staff intervention due to behavior problems, medical conditions, physical deficits and/or lack of adequate survival skills.
- Semi-independent living skills: Services needed by an adult with a developmental disability or related conditions(s) to live successfully in the community