Robland Home Health Care Respite Care Services

A person is eligible to receive respite services when caregiver and service provider are not able to provide necessary intervention and protection of the person or others living with them. Crisis respite services allow the person to avoid institutional placement.

Definitions

Respite

Short-term care and intervention strategies provided to a person due to:
• Need for relief and support of the caregiver and protection of the person or others living with the person.
• Person’s need for behavioral or medical intervention

Primary Caregiver(s)
Person or people principally responsible for the care and supervision of the person who receives services.

In-Home Respite
Respite provided in the person’s home or place of residence.

Out-of-Home Respite
Respite provided outside of the person’s home or place of residence.


Federally Approved BI, CAC, CADI, and DD Waiver Plan.


Brain Injury (BI), Community Alternative Care (CAC), Community Alternative (CADI) and Developmental Disabilities (DD)

The person is eligible for crisis respite Under the BI, CAC, CADI, and DD waivers.

ROBLAND HOME HEALTH CARE CORP TAILORED PERSON-CENTERED SERVICES FOR CRISIS RESPITE TO MEET INDIVIDUAL NEEDS

Robland provides crisis respite services for families and caregivers a much needed break. Crisis Respite offer temporary relief, improve family stability, and reduce the risk of abuse or neglect.
Robland Home Health Care Crisis Respite Services

We meet or exceed the current standards set by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for Crisis Respite Services.

Crisis Respite Services include:

Assessment
Of the person and situation to determine the factors precipitating the crisis. `

Development
Of a provider intervention plan.

Consultation
And training to the provider(s) and/or caregiver(s) to ensure successful implementation of the provider intervention plan.

Ongoing Technical assistance
To the caregiver or provider to implement the provider intervention plan.

Recommendations
For service plan revision to prevent or minimize future crisis situations and increase the likelihood of maintaining the person in the community.

Development
And implementation of a transition plan to aid the person’s return home if out-of-home crisis respite is provided.