Home Care Provider Programs
Click on the links to get more detailed information through the Georgia Department of Health.
The SOURCE program is most common for elderly/disabled clients who fall under a specific income level. Source Providers are to offer specialized home-based care to help members assist with daily living activities such as: bathing & grooming, daily meal preparation, light housekeeping, mobility assistance, medication reminders, family respite, and more.
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Similar to SOURCE, CCSP clients receive specialized home care that also focuses on daily living assistance. However, eligibility is based upon a certain income level that falls above the income requirements for SOURCE clients.
NOW & COMP offers both home- and community-based support services for individuals with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities such as: mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, and other neurological problems. We cater to those with less intense diagnoses to help promote physical, mental and emotional health and to help increase independence and quality of life. Care is usually provided in one of our Community Living Service homes, catering to the individual's daily living schedule, helping them to sustain their activity and involvement in the comunity.
ICWP is an option for adult Medicaid individuals between the ages of 21 and 64, who have severe physical disabilities or traumatic brian injuries. The goal is to help them recieve nursing services in the comfort of their own home, helping to prevent them from going into a nursing home or hospital. Eligibility depends on the individual's ability to live independently, and also if the cost of in-home care is less than that of nursing home care. Specialized medical equipment and supplies are also provided with the program, along with home modifications if needed. Emergency response is also an option, along with respite for family members.
If an individual does not meet the income requirements set forth by Medicaid, there is an option to pay for services for a minimum amount of hours per day and a minimum amount of days per week. Services provided are dependent on the client's individual health/living needs.
For individuals with special medical circumstances, there is an option for a family member to provide care for that client. This option would require full assessment and approval by the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health.
Transitional Housing Services - COMING SOON!
Within the next few months, Family Bridge will be offering transitional housing services for disabled veterans. For more information, please feel free to call us or schedule a Sevice Assessment with one of our representatives.
*****Please understand that a complete consultation from our nursing staff is required to become a member of any of the above-mentioned programs, as well as a full care assessment through a Georgia state Medicaid-approved physician.To see which program you may qualify for, book a consultation with us here. For more detailed program information, you may also click here to visit the Georgia Department of Community Health's website, or call (404)656-4507.