Inspiration House Care providers

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1820 Franklin Street Suite 34 Gretna, LA 70053

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Workers Compensation

The workers’ comp care service is designed to provide care and support to individuals who are receiving workers’ compensation benefits due to a work-related injury or illness. The service offers personalized care options such as medical care coordination, Home care, and daily needs to help the individual recover and


Community Choices Waiver (CCW) Office of Aging and Adult Services (OAAS) The Community Choices Waiver (CW) serves seniors and persons with adult onset disabilities as an alternative to nursing facility care. Based on a standardized assessment, each recipient is provided a budget based on acuity to create an individual

Support Waiver

The Supports Waiver began July 1, 2006 as a way to provide options and meaningful opportunities through vocational and community inclusion for individuals who are 18 years of age and older, and meet the eligibility criteria for waiver services. Supports Waiver Services Waiver participants are eligible for all medically


The New Opportunities Waiver (NOW) began in April 2003, replacing the Mentally Retarded and Developmentally Disabled Waiver (MRDD Waiver). The mission of the NOW is to utilize the principles of self determination to supplement the family and/or community supports while supporting dignity, quality of life, and security in the

Supervised independent Living

Supervised independent living is a type of housing and care option for individuals who are able to live independently but may require some level of supervision and support. It is typically used for people who have aging-related issues, developmental disabilities, or mental health conditions that affect their ability to


Residential Options Waiver (ROW) The Residential Options Waiver initially approved by CMS October 1, 2009 began serving its first participants during the 2010 fiscal year. It was developed to assist people to transition from Intermediate Care Facilities for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ICD/IDD) to their own home

Private Care

Private care refers to healthcare services that are provided by individuals or organizations that are not part of the government or public healthcare system. These services can include medical treatments, therapies, and home health care, and are typically paid for by the individual or their private health insurance. Private


Long Term Care Service / Provided Care Service Long-term care is a type of service that provides assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) for individuals who have a chronic illness, disability, or cognitive impairment. Long-term care services can be provided in

Children Waiver / EPSDT Waiver

Children Waiver A Children’s Waiver is a program that allows states to receive federal funding to provide home and community-based services to children with disabilities, rather than institutional care. The program is intended to help children with disabilities live in the community and receive services that meet their needs,

Companion Care

Companion care is a type of in-home care service that provides socialization and assistance with daily activities for individuals who are older, disabled, or recovering from an illness or surgery. Companion care services can include assistance with tasks such as meal preparation, light housekeeping, running errands, and transportation. Additionally,