How to Qualify for HCS
Part of what makes our programs ideal for our clients is our willingness to go the extra mile for their needs. We remain adaptable and flexible to the needs of our clients because we know not everyone can benefit from a one-care-fits-all approach. After a thorough assessment of our client’s health history, care needs, and treatment goals, we develop a unique plan that’s central to these factors.
We deliver medical care to our client’s homes through nursing services, including:
- Vital signs monitoring
- IV therapy
- Medication management
- Pain management
- Wound care
- Routine assessments
- Collaboration with other healthcare providers
Foster/Companion Care (FC)
Our Foster/Companion Care provides a supervised, 24-hour living arrangement in an adult foster home for people who are unable to continue living independently in their own homes because of a physical, mental, or emotional limitation. Services include:
- Help with personal care tasks
- Help with activities of daily living
- Help with preparing meals
- Help with providing or arranging for transportation
Occupational Therapy (OT)
We focus on your skills development and family and community integration in our occupational therapy. Skill areas we focus on include:
- Fine motor skills
- Cognitive skills
- Speech and language
- Hand-eye coordination
- And more
Physical Therapy (PT)
Physical ailments are also prevalent among those with developmental disabilities, and our physical therapy programs aim to work on the following
- Pain management
- Endurance and flexibility
- Bladder control
- The use of assistive devices
- Other physical functions
Speech Therapy (SP)
Those who have experienced language problems and speech impediments may find ease in their communication with our intervention. Our speech therapy programs help those with:
- Cognitive-communication disorders
- Receptive and expressive disorders
- Stuttering problems
- Swallowing problems
Day Habilitation (DH)
Our individualized support services enable adults with developmental disabilities and complex needs to find their place within an active circle and community. Our services include:
- Social skills training
- Behavior training and management
- Group-based recreational activities
- Functional living skills improvement
- And more
Oral health problems may be common to those with disabilities because of their limited functions. Our dental programs promote the importance of dental hygiene to eradicate gum, mouth, and tongue diseases.
Behavioral Support (BES)
Positive reinforcement is an essential purpose of our behavioral support program, helping individuals develop and retain desirable behavior when faced with various circumstances.
Supported Home Living (SHL)
For individuals who need extensive support, we offer SHL services, including on-call and around-the-clock care to guide adults as they achieve maximum independence within the community.
Our dietary support services provide meal preparation, planning and storage, and health and diet counseling that reduces the risk of obesity, cardiovascular diseases, and malnutrition, among others.
Supervised Living (SL)
Individuals suffering from I/DD who are considered highly independent may benefit from our supervised living, which focuses more on their task completion, community integration, and skill-building, rather than extensive care.
Residential Support Services (RSS)
Living with disabilities may be harder than it seems. With our residential support services, we cater to home-related needs and preferences, including:
- Community living home alternatives
- Community living services
Adaptive Aids (AA)
Our AA programs allow individuals to obtain and utilize various adaptive devices, equipment, and appliances that optimize their functioning.
Minor Home Modifications (MHM)
If our client’s current home settings are proven to be hazardous to their health and safety, we may perform minor home modifications and non-structural changes for their ease of living at home.