Choices for Care (VT) & Choices for Independence (NH)
Under these Medicaid programs, VNH provides those that qualify with an extensive program of services designed to help maintain independence at home for as long as possible.
Case managers provide service coordination and assistance with accessing community resources. Homemakers provide assistance with tasks such as running errands, laundry or meal prep. Personal Care Assistants provide help with personal care such as bathing, dressing, transferring or other activities with the goal of increasing or maintaining independence.
OneCare Vermont (OneCare) joins providers and communities together to improve the health of Vermonters and lower health care costs. As an Accountable Care Organization (ACO), OneCare gives doctors access to resources to help coordinate care and services within the community. By sharing information and working together, providers can do more to make sure you get the best possible care.
VNH recognizes that many people have needs for care and assistance with daily living activities. For people who need help at home, VNH offers affordable private-duty personal care services. Services are typically paid for by clients or family members.*
Experienced, compassionate Personal Care Specialists provide services including:
- Errands and transportation to medical appointments
- Housekeeping, from dusting to organizing closets
- Personal care, such as bathing and dressing
- Companionship, from making crafts to reading
- Meal preparation
- Pet walking
- Medication cuing
*Some long-term care insurance will pay up to 100% of the costs. We will work with you and your insurance provider to determine your level of reimbursement eligibility.