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Connecticut Home Care Programs (CHCP)
What CCCI Offers
Nurse and social service care managers provide:
An in-depth evaluation of the individual's current situation including health, function, cognition and emotion, living environment, financial situation, and available support system.
Care Plan Development
A personalized care plan is created by the individual, the family and the care manager that addresses the current and long-term care goals of that person taking into consideration personal or cultural preferences.
Care managers work with the person and family to access services to meet the individual’s identified desires, dreams and goals. They ensure the implementation of services and make sure those services run smoothly. Coordination of services may include: home health agencies, homemaker and companion services, adult day centers, transportation, assistive technology and more.
In addition, care managers provide education on self-directed supports to people who choose to hire and manage their own personal care assistants (PCAs).
Care managers monitor progress to ensure that the plan continues to meet the person’s goals. Care managers are available 24/7 to assist in emergencies and discuss concerns. Plans are modified as necessary.
For further information about the Connecticut Home Care Programs, visit: Connecticut Home Care For Elders or call 1-800-445-5394. For information about financial eligibility criteria click here or call 860-424-4904, Option # 4.
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