People with limitations in mobility and self-care may receive personal care services for help in daily living.
People with limitations in mobility and self-care may receive personal care services for help in daily living. These services are for people who do not have sufficient access to persons who are able and willing to assist with or perform needed basic activities of daily living.
Services may include assistance with activities related to the care of the client’s physical health, such as:
- Dressing and undressing
- Dental care and oral hygiene
- Grooming, including taking care of routine hair and skin needs
- Toileting, including assistance with continence care
- Self-administration of medication and use of health maintenance equipment
- Transferring, including moving in and out of bed
- Mobility in and around the home and range of motion exercises
The Division of Aging Services (DAS) administers this program through the Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs). Contact your local AAA for more information.