HamiltonDavis Home Care, Inc. provides non-medical home care services to the elderly and disabled, who may require assistance in their own homes and communities to assist in the maintenance and retention of their independence and well-being without the stress and hardships of interrupted routines and changes in daily habits. These services are responsive to the distinct needs of the client and community and are delivered by qualified home care workers.
Our part-time, full-time, and around the clock service alternatives are designed for people who choose to live independently, but require non-medical services. These services may include companionship, meal preparation, medication reminders, light housekeeping, and help with errands and shopping.
The life-enriching services we provide help the elderly and dsiabled s throughout the community to preserve an independent and dignified lifestyle while in the comfort of their own homes. The homes we live in have a rich and meaningful history steeped in the joy and sadness of every breath and every heartbeat we take. There is a familiarity and lived in feeling that can never be replaced by an “old folk’s home” or some static health care institution.
It is inevitable that some day we will all reach a point in our lives where making dinner, going to the store or even getting dressed will become difficult. However, do we have to abandon our homes just because we cannot perform some basic life skills?
Thankfully, many of us are not at that point, but we all know someone who is! It could be a grandparent, a mother or father, a friend or even a neighbor that we care about. HamiltonDavis Home Care, Inc. alleviates the concern we all have for our loved ones.
HamiltonDavis Home Care, Inc. was designed to assist the elderly and disabled with what used to be their everyday chores. We assist the elderly so that they do not have to abandon the familiarity of their home or the camaraderie of their neighbors, friends, and family.
I encourage you to talk with family and friends who are responsible for elderly loved ones and listen closely to the challenges they face. You will discover the obstacles they have encountered in finding a suitable and trusted source of home care for their parents, relatives, and friends.
The Elderly and Disabled Waiver is a statewide program administered and operated by the Mississippi Division of Medicaid (DOM). It is designed to offer assistance and services in a home or community-based setting if you qualify for Medicaid. The program allows you to remain in a home or community-based setting as an alternative to nursing facility care or other institutional care.
To qualify for the Elderly and Disabled Waiver, you must meet the following eligibility criteria: • You must be age 21 or older and must be . • You may qualify by either Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or 300 percent of SSI. If income exceeds the 300 percent limit, you must pay the amount that is over the limit each month to the Division of Medicaid under an income trust, provided you are otherwise eligible. • You must be determined clinically eligible through the use of a comprehensive Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) assessment tool. • You must require nursing facility level of care if assistance is not provided. • Your nursing facility level of care must be certified by a physician and re-certified every 12 months at a minimum.
Upon approval of home and community based-services, the following services are offered through this waiver by HamiltonDavis Home Care, Inc.:
Personal care services are non-medical support services to assist you in meeting daily living needs and ensure optimal functioning at home and/ or in the community. Services include assistance with eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, and activities of daily living. Meal preparation and housekeeping chores may be provided if the care is essential to your health and welfare rather than your family. These services may also involve accompanying and assisting you in accessing community resources and participating in community activities; supervision and monitoring in your home, during transportation, and in the community setting.
In-home respite services are provided if you cannot be left alone or unattended. It provides non-medical care and supervision/assistance if you are unable to care for yourself in the absence of your primary full-time, live-in caregiver(s) on a short-term basis. Services are rendered to provide assistance to the caregiver(s) during a crisis situation and/or scheduled relief to the primary caregiver(s) to prevent, delay or avoid premature institutionalization.