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Customized Living/ Housing with Services
Appropriate housing and housing supports are vital for individuals seeking stability and independence. Housing with Services/Customized Living balances the presence of on-site staff with the freedom of independent living. Consumers reside in a shared one room or private room and have access to Home Health Aide staff 24/7. Housing with Services/Customized Living allows individuals to gradually increase their independence and self-reliance to maintain living within the community.

Activities of daily living (ADL) assistance
ADL assistance includes assisting the person with the following:

  • Bathing
  • Continence care
  • Dressing
  • Eating
  • Grooming
  • Positioning
  • Transferring
  • Use of wheelchair
  • Walking

Assistance with mental health, cognitive or behavioral concerns
This category includes assistance with the following:

  • Agitation
  • Anxiety
  • Orientation issues
  • Physical aggression
  • Property destruction
  • Self-injurious behavior
  • Verbal aggression
  • Wandering
  • Other mental health, cognitive or behavioral need

Health-related assistance
Health-related assistance includes the following:

  • Assistance with therapeutic exercises
  • Delegated clinical monitoring
  • Delegated nursing tasks
  • Help with medication (e.g., set-up and monitoring, visual or verbal reminders, administration or assistance with self-administration)
  • Insulin draws and injections
  • Summoning devices

Home management tasks
Home management tasks include assisting the person with the following:

  • Arranging transportation
  • Housekeeping (heavy and light)
  • Laundry (personal items and linens)
  • Meal preparation (in his/her own living unit and a congregate setting)
  • Money management
  • Scheduling medical and non-medical appointments
  • Shopping

Non-medical transportation
Non-medical transportation includes transportation of the person to support his/her access to the community.

If the person receives socialization, it must be part of his/her service plan and related to established goals and outcomes.

Incidental nursing services:

  • medication setup, insulin draws