Finding that perfect person to care for your child can be a challenge . . .
In-home care is an option for parents who need an extra hand or respite during emotions and physically overwhelming times. Taking care of a child with special needs can quickly take its toll on a parent who does not have time for themselves. In-home care for children allows parents extra time to complete other task that have to get done.
Care Providers are not nurses and do not perform medical services, but they provide assistance that can help parents ease tension and stress that can be damaging to their health. In-home care provide support so that the caregivers do not fall ill themselves and maintain the ability physically and mentally to care for their children.
Some services provided include:
A care giver that comes to your home for a few hours daily, weekly or as needed
Respite care daily or weekly programs or offered
Asking for help isnt always easy. You dont have to struggle to keep up with the demands of parenthood. If you need help, just ask and schedule a free assessment to discuss options please call Allegiance HHC today!
Agency contacts: ARCH National Respite Network; United Cerebal Palsy; Easter Seals; Lifespan Program; TriCare, Medicaid Waivers; Title 5 Block Grants; Some insurance companies will cover the cost of in-home services depending on the type of disability of the child.