Stay at Home Quality Care provides different levels of non-medical care depending on the service needed such as:

Alzheimer’s Care

Ambulation Assistance

Companionship Services

Continence Care

Feeding of Client(s)

Light Housekeeping Services

Meal Planning and Preparation

Medication Reminders

Personal Care (including bathing, dressing and/or grooming)

Positioning of Client(s)

Protective Oversight (for wandering and fall risk clients)

Respite Care

Shopping and Errands

Sitter Services (provided for clients in nursing facilities and hospitals)

Transferring of Client(s)

Transportation Services (for non-Medicaid clients)

A Personal Care Provider (PCP) or Caregiver is an individual who provides assistance by performing personal care services to clients of all ages with disabilities and chronic conditions. However, this assistance is limited to the performance of Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL).

The scope of PCP services will include the following:

Bathing, shampoo, personal grooming

Mobility, ambulation, transfers

Toileting, bowel and bladder elimination

Nutrition, meal preparation and meal consumption

Light housekeeping

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