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Attending the day health program is optional. Homebound participants or those who cannot attend the health and social center are seen by their primary care team at home. Doctors, nurses, therapists, social workers and others will make house calls per the participant's care plan or as needed.
Providence ElderPlace has many home care workers who work exclusively with ElderPlace participants. Providence ElderPlace also contracts with many home care agencies. If your home care situation is stable and you are happy with the services you are already receiving, Providence ElderPlace will try as much as possible to keep that service intact. If you are unhappy with your current home care services, Providence ElderPlace will arrange for a different home care worker.
Probably not. The Providence ElderPlace home care coordinator will meet with you and/or your family to determine what tasks need to be done and when home care services are needed. Your center attendance and the support you may receive from family members will also be considered when calculating the number of chore hours you need. Because Providence ElderPlace will provide and coordinate all of your services, there is more flexibility in providing you with home care services during the times when you need it most.
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