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Individualized home supports (IHS) are services that provide support for people who live in their own home or their family’s home. There are three different types of IHS services: Without Training, With Training and With Family Training. Individualized home supports can be provided in the person’s own home, family’s home or in the community, and either in person or remotely.Learn more
Individual Community Living Support (ICLS) is a service available to Elderly Waiver and Alternative Care clients. It is an “all-inclusive” service designed to cover general care for elderly clients without needing to spread individual services across several providers.Learn more
Overnight assistance and monitoring provided by an awake staff in the person’s own home.Learn more
Respite is a short-term service when you cannot care for yourself, and your primary live-in caregiver needs relief. It’s important for caregivers, especially family members, to take a break and regain their strength from time to time. Our staff will take over the caregiver’s duties to ensure the patient’s continuity of health.Learn more
On-call counseling and problem solving and/or immediate response for assistance at a person’s home due to a health/personal emergency.Learn more
Personal care assistance (PCA) services provide assistance and support for persons with disabilities,
living independently in the community. This includes the elderly and others with special health care
needs. PCA services are provided in the Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP) member’s home or in the
community when normal life activities take him or her outside the home.
We are accepting PCA services for clients who have their own caregiver only due to difficulty of finding caregivers for client who did not have their caregiver.