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Staying-At-Home Program Services

Clinical and support services available on a fee-for-service
basis include:

  • Referrals to medical care by a geriatrician or a geriatric
    nurse practitioner
  • Medication management and diabetic education
  • Referrals to personal care services, such as in-home
    assistance with housekeeping, grocery shopping,
    bathing, laundry, etc

Two levels of care offered at an affordable monthly fee

Level I – Care Coordination

  • Complete a comprehensive in-home assessment
  • Recommend ways to help the client maintain
    independence in his or her own home
  • Update the client’s health care diary, which records all
    health information in one place

Level II - Care Coordination Plus Nursing

  • Making appointments with doctors
  • Arranging for transportation and escorts
  • Making referrals for personal care such as bathing,
    housekeeping, laundry, and grocery shopping
  • Coordinating care following discharge from a hospital,
    nursing facility, or other transitional care situation
    including follow-up medical appointments

Requirements for participation in the Staying-At-Home Program

  • 60 years and older
  • Reside in Allegheny County and a 5 mile radius into a border county

Contact Us

For more information, call us at 412-723-6200.

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