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CLIENT SERVICES

Adult Day Health

This service provides two levels of care in a community based program which renders day supervision. This includes a variety of health, therapeutic and social services, as well planned activites offered in a group setting. Services include nursing care, special therapeutic services, personal care services, planned therapeutic activities, dietary services, transportation and social work services.

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Emergency Reponse Services
Emergency alert response service is a community based electronic surveillance service which monitors the frail home bound elderly by means of an electronic communication link with a response center.
Home Delivered Meals
This service insures improved nutritional support which helps to enhance the consumers health and well being. Consumers receive excellent meals at home. This service must be offered only in conjunction with other CCSP services.
Home Health Services
Ordered by a physician, includes nursing services, physical, speech, and occupational therapies, home health aides, and medical social service to individuals in their homes.
ICWP (Independent Care Waiver Program)
The Independent Care Wavier Program started in 1992 offers services that help a limited number of adult Medicaid recipients with severe physical disabilities live in their own homes or in the community instead of institutional settings. The services offered through ICWP are a supplement to the care that can be provided to individuals by their family and friends in the community.
Personal Care Homes/Alternative Living Services

Under the Community Care Services Program, care in a personal care home (also known as assisted living facilities) is known as Alternative Living Services.  An ALS client in CCSP receives 24-hour supervision and care in a licensed family or group model Personal Care Home. Nurses develop a plan of care the PCH staff is to follow and evaluate at least twice monthly the care ALS clients are receiving. The nurse also reviews MD medication orders monthly and assures that the ALS client is taking medications as ordered and that the PCH's medication records are accurate

Personal Support Services
The CCSP provides Personal Support Services to individuals at risk of placement in a nursing facility. The intent of the services is to proved quality, competent care to CCSP clients in the form of personal care, housekeeping, home management, proper nutrition, medical-related activities, ambulation, and respite care to caregivers. These services are expected to maintain or increase the functioning capacity of clients being served and focus on the relationship between the client and the client's needs (1-1 1/2 hours maximum visit time).
PHCP (Private Home Care Provider)

A PHCP is a company that is licensed and surveyed yearly by the state to provide up to three types of services. Services that are regulated may include one or any mix of the following provided in a private home: 1. nursing services, 2. personal care tasks, and/or 3. companion or sitter tasks (O.C.G.A. 290-5-54-.03).

The employee(s) may coordinate and provide skilled nursing care (nurse) as well as tasks such prepare and feed meals or simply be a sitter (unlicensed companion/sitter).
PSSX Extended Personal Support Services
The CCSP provides Extended Personal Support Services to individuals at risk of placement in a nursing facility. The intent of the services is to proved quality, competent care to CCSP clients in the form of personal care, housekeeping, home management, proper nutrition, medical-related activities, ambulation, and respite care to caregivers. These services are expected to maintain or increase the functioning capacity of clients being served and focus on the relationship between the client and the client's needs This service is also for the purpose of relieving the person(s) normally providing care and/or oversight (3 hours minimum maximum visit time).
SOURCE
SOURCE was established to improve the health outcomes of persons with chronic conditions, through the development of a cost-effective, comprehensive managed care model. SOURCE is distinguished from other wavier programs in Georgia by the linkage of primary medical care to community services, through a Primary Care Physician/ Case Manager team.
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