Each service we have as an assisted living care provider and a home care agency in Minneapolis, Minnesota is developed with your needs in mind. Together with our staff of experienced professionals, we strive to ensure that each of our clients lives comfortably and has maximum independence.
Here are the services we offer:
Customized Living (including 24-hour customized living)
Appropriate housing and housing supports are vital for individuals seeking stability and independence. Our 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 can access home health aide staff 24/7. Our customized living allows individuals to gradually increase their independence and self-reliance to maintain living within the community.
24-hour customized living (CL): Customized living services are provided with 24-hour supervision.
Component services: Distinct health-related and supportive services available as part of CL.
CL and 24-hour CL services include component services designed to meet the person’s assessed needs and goals. The component services are grouped into six categories, described below:
Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Assistance
ADL assistance includes assisting the person with the following:
- Continence care
- Use of wheelchair
Assistance with Mental Health, Cognitive, or Behavioral Concerns
This category includes assistance with the following:
- Orientation issues
- Physical aggression
- Property destruction
- Self-injurious behavior
- Verbal aggression
- Other mental health, cognitive or behavioral needs
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 the person’s living unit and congregate setting)
- Money management
- Scheduling medical and non-medical appointments
The CL/24-hour CL provider must make meal preparation available. Suppose the lead agency authorizes the provider to deliver this component service. In that case, the provider must provide meal preparation that adequately meets the person’s nutritional needs, as defined by current Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidelines.
Non-medical transportation includes transportation of the person to support their access to the community.
If the person receives socialization, it must be part of their service plan and related to established goals and outcomes.
If you have an inquiry about our services, do not hesitate to call us. Our representatives are here to address your concerns promptly.