Case Management Providers Direct Care Providers District of Columbia
Department of Health
! ASAP Services Corporation ! ASAP Service Corporation
Telephone: (202) 293-2931 Telephone: (202) 293-2931
! Berhan Home Health Care Agency ! Berhan Home Health Care Agency
Telephone: (202) 723-1100
Telephone: (202) 723-1100
! Dynamic Visions Home Health Services
! Dynamic Visions Home Health Services Telephone: (202) 541-9270
Telephone: (202) 541-9270 ! Human Touch Home Care and
! Family and Child Services of Washington, D.C., Telephone: (202) 483-9111
Inc. ! Ideal Nursing Services
Telephone: (202) 328-3270 Telephone: (202) 723-0304 Community-Based
! Greater Washington Urban League ! Immaculate Health Care Services, Inc.
Telephone: (202) 529-8701 Telephone: (202) 832-8340 Waiver...
! Ideal Nursing Services ! Nursing Enterprises, Inc.
Telephone: (202) 723-0304 Telephone: (202) 526-2400 or (202) 832-0100
! Immaculate Health Care Services, Inc. ! Nursing Unlimited Services
Telephone: (202) 832-8340 Telephone: (202) 547-2949
! Human Touch Home Care ! Premium Select Home Care, Inc.
Telephone: (202) 483-9111 Telephone: (202) 882-9310 for the
! Nursing Enterprises, Inc.
! Professional Healthcare Resources, Inc.
Telephone: (202) 289-1201/(202) 955-8355
Telephone: (202) 526-2400 or (202) 832-0100 ! Speqtrum Home Health Care Services
! Nursing Unlimited Services Telephone: (202) 723-9444
Telephone: (202) 547-2949 ! Tri-State Home Health & Equipment Services
! Premium Select Home Care, Inc. Telephone: (202) 462-5401
Telephone: (202) 882-9310 ! VMT Home Health Agency
! Professional Healthcare Resources, Inc. Telephone: (202) 282-3004
Telephone: (202) 289-1201/(202) 955-8355 !
! Speqtrum Home Health Care Services PERS Providers And
Telephone: (202) 723-9444 ! Guardian Medical Monitoring Individuals
! Tri-State Home Health & Equipment Services Telephone: 1-888-349-2400 with
Telephone: (202) 462-5401 ! Link to Life Physical
! Telephone: 1-800-338-4176
United Planning Organization
! Pioneer Medical Systems Disabilities
Telephone: (202) 610-0466 Telephone: (301) 989-3435
! VMT Home Health Agency
Telephone: (202) 282-3004 Medical Assistance Admin. Telephone #: Medical Assistance Administration
! Washington Hospital Center-Medical House 202-442-5912 202-442-9054 Office on Disabilities and Aging
Call Program 202-442-8993 202-442-9055
Telephone: (202) 877-0218 NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION Robert Maruca,
In accordance with the D.C. Human Rights Act of 1977, as amended, Senior Deputy Director
D.C. Code section 2.1401.01 et seq., ("the Act") the District of
Columbia does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion,
national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual
orientation, familial status, family responsibilities, matriculation,
political affiliation, disability, source of income, or place of residence or Government of the District of Columbia
business. Discrimination in violation of the Act will not be tolerated. Anthony A. Williams, Mayor
Violators will be subject to disciplinary action.
H ome- and community-based
waivers (HCBS) afford individuals
quality health care in the comfort
of their homes, in familiar surroundings,
and with the desired and established
The Following Services Were Approved Under The Waiver
(1) Case Management Services - Screens and (6) Personal Emergency Response
evaluates the individual to be in need of HCBS Services (PERS) - A system that summons
routines. services; helps the individual to obtain services assistance from a friend, relative, or an
that support choice, independence, dignity, and
emergency services provider (police, fire, or
Waivers are choice programs; thus the confidentiality; manages and coordinates the
services with the individual, family members, ambulance). Each system is comprised of three
individual/representative must select the other waiver providers, and medical personnel. basic units: (a) Portable help button; (b)
provider(s) of service(s). Console or receiving base; and (c) Response
(2) Personal Care Aide Services - Provide center. PERS will not be provided to an
Individuals are enrolled in a waiver on a assistance with bathing, grooming, dressing, individual who is unable to understand and/or
first-come, first-served basis. Whenever toileting, eating, and ambulating. May also assist demonstrates proper use of the system.
the annual ceiling is achieved, individuals with errands, meal preparation, and light
will be placed on a waiting list. housekeeping (7) Environmental Accessibility
Adaptation Services (EAA) - Physical
(3) Respite Services - Provision of adaptations (bathroom rails, stair climber,
companionship, supervision, and/or assistance porch lift, small wooden ramp, specialized
with activities of daily living for waiver electric and plumbing systems necessary to
Eligibility criteria consumers in the temporary absence of the accommodate medical equipment and
for the waiver are: primary caregiver with whom the client resides. supplies) which are necessary to ensure the
The individual must notify the case manager and health, safety, and welfare of the individual.
EAA DOES NOT include carpeting, roof
(1) D.C. Medicaid direct care provider in advance when respite
repair, or air conditioning. Individuals must
eligible with income services are needed. Services are limited to 480
hours per year. first apply through the Handicap Accessibility
of 300% of SSI; Improvement Program of the D.C. Department
(4) Homemaker Services - General household of Housing and Community Development.
(2) Require assistance activities such as meal preparation,
with activities of housekeeping, and running errands. Homemakers (8) Consumer-Directed Attendant Care-
DO NOT provide any hands-on personal care. Individual will be able to hire, train, supervise,
daily living (bathing, and terminate the aide who provides services.
grooming, etc.); This service will be available in 2005.
(5) Chore Services - One-time, non-medical
household tasks, such as, washing floors,
(3) Elderly (65 years of windows, and walls, trash removal, and re- (9) Assisted Living Services - An
age or older); or arranging furniture in order to provide safe access environment in which individuals can live in
and egress. Chore Aides DO NOT provide hands- and have access to and receive all of the
on personal care, meal preparation, grocery services that they need in order to maintain as
(4) 18 to 64 years old much independence as possible. The resident's
shopping, or respite services.
and diagnosed as choice for independence must be balanced
having a physical against the safety of the resident and other
disability. persons in the facility. This service will be
available in 2005.