Services will be based on the approval received from your support coordinator, a written support plan and service authorization indicating the type of service and amount hours available to meet your needs.
Angels Services provides the following services for individuals with developmental disabilities:
We accept payment for services from Medwaiver, FSL, and CDC as well as self pay.
- Behavior Assistant
These services are one-on-one activities related to the delivery of behavior analysis services, as defined under Behavior Analysis Services and Assessment, and are designated in and required by a behavior analysis services plan. Services should be provided for a limited time and discontinued as the support person gain skills and abilities to assist the recipient to function in more independent and less challenging ways.
- Companion/Life Skills Development Level 1
These services consist of non-medical care, supervision and socialization activities to an adult on a one-on-one basis or in group not to exceed three recipients. The service provides access to community-based activities that cannot be provided by natural or other unpaid supports, and should be defined as activities most likely to result in increased ability to access community resources without paid support.
- Personal Support Services
These are services that provide recipients who live in their own homes with up to 24 hours-a-day assistance from a caregiver or caregivers. The caregiver may perform grocery shopping, housekeeping, and cooking responsibilities or may conduct training programs designed by the supported living coach to teach these and other daily living skills. The service provides access to community-based activities that cannot be provided by natural or other unpaid supports, and should be defined as activities most likely to result in increased ability to access community resources without paid support.
- Personal Care Services for individuals under 21 (Medicaid)
This is a service that assists a recipient with eating and meal preparation, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, and other self care activities of daily living. The service also includes activities such as assistance with meal preparation, bed making and vacuuming when these activities are essential to the health, safety and welfare of the recipient and when no one else is available to perform them.Personal care assistance may not be used as a substitute for a meaningful day activity.
- Respite Care
This is a service that provides supportive care and supervision to a recipient when the primary caregiver is unable to perform these duties due to a planned brief absence, an emergency absence or when the caregiver is available, but temporarily physically unable to care for or supervise the recipient for a brief period.