The Participant Assistance and Care Services aim to assist participants in their daily living activities and enable them to live successfully in their own homes and communities. These services, available through the Family Support (F.S.) Waiver includes hands-on assistance, reminders, supervision, and monitoring to ensure the participant’s health, safety, and welfare. They cover personal care, mobility assistance, scheduling appointments, shopping, leisure activities, correspondence, and bill paying. The primary caregiver or guardian can provide the service if the participant is over 18 years old.
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