HCBS services address the needs of the individual when they have functional limitations with everyday activities, like getting dressed or bathing however, they can also be used to help give the main caregiver a break. Services are funded through the Dept. of Developmental Disabilities.
Respite care is vital to the health and well-being of the main caregiver and so FCC takes extreme care in providing the ideal match for the member. The trust that is placed into the hands of FCC is of the utmost importance as the provider works to maintain the members social, emotional, and physical needs. Respite care includes interacting socially with the member through community activities, such as, going to the mall, park, movie, bowling, or other sporting events/activities. It can also include attending to the members personal needs, e.g., preparing meals, feeding, hygiene care, toileting, etc. it may also include transporting the member to dr appointments or routine visits.
Habilitation services provide a learning opportunity designed to help the member develop skills and independence. Through the goals and strategies created by the member and their mentor, they are able to teach the skills required to help increase or maintain independence. It includes but is not limited to:
This service provides for a member to remain in their home by maintaining personal safe and sanitary conditions. It can include but is not limited to; meal prep, assistance with eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, mobility, laundry, and shopping.
If you are in need of a provider please call our office at 623-776-9351, option 1 and you will be transferred to your Area Coordinator and they will, in turn, start the process. They will start by asking you about your loved one, the hours and services you are needing as well as what is important to you in a Provider.
Yes, you may have as many providers as you like. FCC has a comprehensive system which also allows the parent/guardian to not only view all hours available for the member but they can also approve hours online that a provider worked.
Yes, FCC can hire and train any family member (must be over 18 years of age) or a friend to provide services for your loved one. Mom and Dad can also provide habilitation and/or attendant care if their loved one is over the age of 18.
We only hire individuals with previous experience in caretaking unless requested by the family. All of our providers have CPR, First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens, Article 9, Disabilities 101, Habilitation Training, Fingerprint Clearance Card, Background Checks, References and any specialized training which is based of client needs.
Yes! We often split hours with other agencies.
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