Adults with special needs are often complex as these medical conditions or disabilities cause daily challenges for themselves or their loved ones that are their primary care giver. People in this group may include: a child with a developmental disorder that’s transitioned to adulthood or a spouse with a chronic illness or an acquired disability.
A person may need support with cooking, banking, transportation, social activities, health care visits, and companionship.
For these families, there is often nothing more important than the care for their loved one, however, providing constant care can be a challenge and professional help can often provide much needed support.
The services we offer are privately-paid; however, there are often subsidies to cover a portion of the care you receive. Organizations like the Passport Program are a wonderful resource to understand your subsidy options, and where approved, we are able to send the invoices directly to them for the care you receive.
Our professional, compassionate home care is personalized for you. If you have a loved one with a mental or developmental disability, you may need some additional support. Take time to explore your home care options.