Home Health Services

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CPWD’s Home Health Program provides a wide variety of services to meet the physical needs of people with disabilities in independent living environments. Different levels of service providers manage specific services. In partnership with our care providers, consumers determine the services they need as well as the provider. A trusting relationship is an important foundation to providing services for people with disabilities in their homes.

Following is a list of the most common levels of care providers and the services they offer:

Skilled Nursing

  • Medication management
  • General nursing assessments
  • Injections
  • Monitor for signs and symptoms of infection
  • Evaluate diet and fluid intake
  • Monitor for safety in the home
  • Report changes in condition to physician
  • Order medication refills and pick up from pharmacy

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

  • Bathing
  • Toileting
  • Transfers
  • Bowel care and catheter care
  • Medication assistance
  • Feeding
  • Dressing    

Personal Care Provider (PCP)

  • Showers/bathing
  • Medication reminder
  • Oral care
  • Meals
  • Homemaking activities
  • Exercise

Homemaker

  • Light cleaning
  • Organizing
  • Cooking
  • Laundry
  • Grocery shopping

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