In-Home Help

No Wrong Door: Your one-stop shop to resources for older adults and persons with disabilities

Keeping older adults and persons with disabilities in the community is the goal of many programs offered through River Valley Area Agency on Aging.
Community-based care is often less expensive than care in a facility, drawing on the person’s network of friends and family for informal support. Community-based care also lessens the likelihood that the person will become isolated and/or experience depression.

Programs that help support older adults and persons with disabilities to move back into or to stay in the community:

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Options Counseling

Whether you need to get help in a crisis, access services, or find long-term support, we are here for you, your family, friends, and clients. Call 1-800-615-4379 for a more detailed information of counseling services available.
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Money Follows the Person/Nursing Home Transitions

Money Follows the Person allows people in inpatient facilities to move out and receive services to live in their own homes and communities.
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Elderly and Disabled Waiver Program

For persons with limited financial resources, Medicaid pays for nursing home care. For those who wish to live at home or in assisted living, sometimes Medicaid will pay for care in those locations if it can be obtained at a lower cost than in a nursing home.
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Home and Community-Based Services

Provides home and community-based Medicaid services to nursing home-eligible consumers to help them remain in their homes.
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Case Management

Case managers work with older adults and family members on a short-term basis to assess, arrange, and evaluate supportive efforts to maintain independence.
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Independence Matters

Independence Matters provides Care Managers who work with seniors, adults with disabilities, and families to help support decision making, to find and connect to services, and to help ensure that you are receiving the care you want.
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Other Support Services

River Valley AAA provides a wide range of personal services including Respite Care, Homemaker Services and Personal Care Assistance. Call 1-800-615-4379 for a more detailed information all services available.

Please call us at 1-800-615-4379 and speak to one of our counselors who can assist you with information about available In-Home Help options in your area.

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