In-Home Personal Care Program: has the largest client base and serves all of Jefferson and Clallam counties. The program matches caregivers to clients to provide the best possible customized service to each individual. This program allows seniors and people with developmental delays to successfully live in the least restrictive environment possible – (their homes). Since 1997
The mission of the Personal Care program is to provide people who have barriers to living independently with the support they need to have the fullest most independent life possible
A program designed to allow people with disabilities and seniors to live independently with some assistance. We review your needs and try to give you the very best in services taking your unique situation and choices into consideration.
From this discussion we develop an individualized program plan to manage your daily needs. We match you with the caregiver we think matches your needs the best and ask you to help interview them when we bring them to your home. If at any time this match doesn’t work we will work with you to find a caregiver that you will like, trust, and will be a good match for your needs.
Some of the services you can expect are:
* Hygiene Assistance
* Meal preparation/Diet monitoring
* Light housekeeping
* Errands and Shopping
* Mornings, mid-day, evenings
* Temporary or Long term
* Weekends, holidays
* Respite for family caregivers
Entrance Criteria and Qualifications:
• Qualify through Developmental Disabilties or Home and Community services,
• Funding through Developmental Disabilities
• We do private pay clients if you do not qualify through a program
Getting Started: Contact your case worker through Developmental Disabilites or Senior Information and Referral. For information in each location call:
Emma in Forks 360-374-9340
Tristan or Theresa in Port Angeles 360-452-2396
Janie in Port Hadlock 360-379-1315
Hours of Service: Office hours 9:00 to 5:00 Service depends on hours and client preference
Respite: supports families who have a family member with a disability living with them so that they can have a break that will allow them to continue to provide the support to that individual, making the family stronger and able to be successful. Since 1990.