In-Home services assist adults and their families with essential home management task, which enables the adult and their families to remain, and function effectively in their homes as long as possible. In-Home services provides support to those needing assistance with housekeeping, cooking, shopping, errands and companionship.
Individuals who are at least 60 years of age, have limited family involvement, are medically stable, self-directed, and have at least one instrumental activity of daily living (IADL) impairment or require assistance with basic home management tasks. Availability for this service is limited due to the high demand in this area.
There is no cost for this service. However, service recipients have the opportunity to voluntarily contribute toward the cost of services they receive. Revenues collected from service recipients are used to provide services to other persons also in need of the service and/or to increase the amount of services to existing service recipients.
Services will not be terminated if a service recipient is unable to make a contribution.
For further information, contact Darlene McElrath at 828-356-2838.