AN ALTERNATIVE TO NURSING HOME CARE
All Care is a Case Management Organization dedicated to serving the aged and disabled of West Virginia. We have several offices located in the state.
All Care's person centered case management includes the coordination of services that are individually planned and arranged for members and helps to avoid duplication and provision of unnecessary services, and to ensure a balance of services. The Case Manager serves as an advocate and coordinator of care for the member. This involves collaboration with individual, family members, friends, informal supports, health care and social service providers.
- Social, environmental , service, and support needs are evaluated.
- A person centered service plan is developed and written as needed and details all services that are to be provided.
- The Service Care Plan includes services to assure the member remains safely in their home.
- The Case Manager proactively identifies problems and coordinates services that provide appropriate high-quality care to meet the individualized and often complex needs of the member.
The Aged and Disabled Waiver Program provides in-home and community services to individuals 18 years of age and older who are medically and financially eligible. Services include Case Management, Homemaker, Transportation, and annual Registered Nurse assessment and review.
TAKE ME HOME WEST VIRGINIA
Take Me Home provides transition services and support to eligible individuals who are elderly, physically disabled or have serious mental health issues from facility based living to their own homes and communities.
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY WAIVER
The Traumatic Brain Injury Waiver program (TBI) provides home and community-based waiver services to West Virginia residents who are both medically and financially eligible to participate in the program. The purpose of this waiver is to prevent unnecessary institutionalization by providing services and supports that are person-centered and promotes choice, independence, participant-directed, respect, dignity and community integration.
Mullens: Wyoming, Raleigh , Fayette, Nicholas, Logan, Mingo, Boone, & Summers
Princeton: Mercer, Monroe, & Greenbrier
Charleston: Kanawha, Clay, Putnam, Fayette, & Nicholas