Homemaker Personal Care
This service advances the individual's independence within his or her home and community and helps the individual meet daily living needs.  

These services include:
Self-advocacy training: PBPC staff will assist consumer in the expression of personal preferences, asserting individual rights, self-direction to initiate decision making over life choices and respond to life events support in accessing community activities and participation.
Daily living skills: This may include but are not limited to, routine household tasks, meal preparation, personal care, self-administration of medication, assistance with personal finances and other areas of day-today living.
Training and assistance in behavioral support strategies that facilitate appropriate expressions of emotions or desires.
Medical and health care services integral to meeting the daily needs of the individual.
Emergency response planning and training to access help in emergency situations

WAIVERS ACCEPTED: LEVEL 1, I/0, and SELF