Medical Care (Non-Medical)

Manage Long Term Care

Managed long-term care (MLTC) is a system that streamlines the delivery of long-term services to people who are chronically ill or disabled and who wish to stay in their homes and communities. These services, such as home care or adult day care, are provided through managed long-term care plans that are approved by the New York State Department of Health. The entire array of services to which an enrolled member is entitled can be received through the MLTC plan the member has chosen.

As New York transforms its long-term care system to one that ensures care management for all, enrollment in a MLTC plan may be mandatory or voluntary, depending on individual circumstances.

Enrollment in a MLTC plan is mandatory for those who:

  • Are dual eligible (eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare) and over 21 years of age and need community based long-term care services for more than 120 days.
  • Reside in the counties of NYC, Nassau, Suffolk or Westchester.

Enrollment in MLTC plan is voluntary for those who:

  • Are dual eligible and are 18 through 21 years of age and need community based long term care services for more than 120 days and assessed as nursing home eligible.
  • Are non-dual eligible and over 18 years of age and are assessed as nursing home eligible.

Companion Care

Companion Care is as it sounds; it’s a certified person who will assist with the daily routines that help our clients live their best lives. It includes medication reminders, performing light housekeeping, preparing and cooking meals.  Also providing transportation assistance to the grocery store, doctor’s appointments and other errands.

Companion care is non-medical services for people of all ages

24  Hour Attentive Care

Hospitals are measured on Average Length of Stay (ALOS/LOS), so many hospitals discharge before patients may feel independent or may require additional care at home.

It could be a chronic disease such as ALS, Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Parkinson’s, Mental Health and/or Cancer

Or it could be an acute situation such as recovering from surgery or childbirth and the client needs additional help at home for a few days or weeks.

Geriatric Care

Coordinating care for the elderly and others with physical and/or mental impairments to their long-term needs and improve their quality of life to help maintain their independence.

  • Nutritional
  • Home Care
  • Activates of Daily Living
  • Offering Counseling/Educations
  • Memory Assessments

Need Homecare? We can provide quality and affordable care in the comfort of your own home. Our personal care attendants are reliable, fully screened, bonded, employees of our agency with both liability and workers compensation insurance coverage. Contact us to discuss our variety of homecare options for every need and budget. There’s no place like home.