Director in New Hope, Minnesota
Ability Care center
2738 Winnetka Ave N Suite 150E
New Hope, MN, 55427
Home care services
1.Adult Companion Services: Adult companion services cover services that help a person work toward a therapeutic or community integration goal in his or her support plan. The adult companion may:
• Attend a movie with the person to practice coping skills to manage his or her social anxiety
• Go with the person to a community event to reduce his or her social isolation
• Play a board game with the person to enhance his or her fine motor skills
• Provide verbal instructions or cues to the person to help him or her complete a task
• Assist or supervise the person with tasks such as laundry, light housekeeping, meal preparation and shopping.
2.Homemaker Services: Services that help a person manage general cleaning and household activities. There are three homemaker services: (1) Homemaker/cleaning (2) Homemaker/home management 3) Homemaker/assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs)
• Meal preparation
• Routine household care
• Shopping for food, clothing and supplies
• Simple household repairs
• Social stimulation
• Transportation arrangement
• Maintain positive working relationships with Ability Care Center LLC staff, community providers and referral
• Manage own time in order ensure assigned tasks are completed.
• Participate in meetings/care conferences, as needed.
3.Individual Community Living Support: Offers assistance and support to Elderly Waiver (EW) and Alternative Care (AC) participants who need reminders, cuing, intermittent or moderate supervision or physical assistance to remain in their own homes. A qualified worker will deliver a range of individualized supports.Service categories include:
Support with Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL)
• Active cognitive support
• Household management assistance
• Health, safety, and wellness oversight
• Community living engagement
• Adaptive support service - help to adopt ways to meet needs that encourage self-sufficiency and reduce reliance on human assistance
4.Night Supervision: Overnight assistance and monitoring provided by an awake staff in the person’s own home.
• Carrying out a person’s positive support and transition plans