LONG TERM CARE
Client Merton Hill and personal care attendant Rose Woodcook discuss the Choices for Care program that allows Merton to stay in his home.
Lamoille Home Health & Hospice's long term care services help participants maintain their independence in preferred care settings, usually in the participants' home. Our services are provided by a caring group of case managers, personal care attendants, and homemakers.
Personal Care Attendants assist you with personal care needs by providing hands-on care like eating, bathing, toilet use, dressing, transferring and ambulation. They may also assist with tasks such as light housekeeping, shopping, errands, laundry, meal preparation, and companionship.
Homemakers assist you with light housekeeping, shopping, errands, laundry, meal preparation, and companionship.
Long Term Care Case Managers assist you with navigating through the available community services and establishing a person-centered plan of care to best meet your needs.
Long term care services may be available to you through the Choices For Care program, VA benefits, private insurance or through private the fee-for-service program, CarePlus.
Choices for Care — is a Medicaid program funded by the State of Vermont. The program provides support that allows participants to maintain their independence and remain in the care setting of their choice as long as possible. This can include hands-on assistance with eating, bathing, toilet use, dressing, transferring and ambulation, as well as light housekeeping, shopping, errands, laundry, meal preparation, and companionship.
To receive long term care services, through the Vermont Choices For Care program, you must meet certain financial and clinical qualifications. If you would like to find out more about whether you qualify, please call us at (802) 888-4651 to speak with our long term care case managers.
CarePlus – Individuals who do not qualify for the Choices for Care program can contract our services on an hourly basis. The caregivers who work under this hourly rate are case managers, personal care attendants or licensed nurse’s aides. Our Long Term Care Director will work with you to personalize a plan of care and create a schedule that will meet your needs.
If you are interested in long term care services and have questions about your need and available services, please contact the Long Term Care department at LHH&H, at (802) 888-4651.