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  Becoming A Provider of CLTC Services 

Prior to the initiation of a contract, potential providers must have a computer, internet access and an email address in order to receive correspondence and authorizations from CLTC. Additionally, anyone interested in providing Personal Care I, Personal Care II, Companion, Adult Day Health Care, and Nursing must attend the mandatory training session, held biannually in April and October, at SCDHHS. In order to be registered for the April training you must have your completed application in to SCDHHS by February 15th. If all information is not received by this date, you will be registered for the October training. The deadline to be registered for the October training is August 15.


Adult Care Home:

The Adult Care Home service is available to Community Choices participants. Adult Care Home service providers assist with activities of daily living (ADL's) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADL's) by providing a home setting for vulnerable adults in the community. Please review if you would like to learn more about becoming an Adult Care Home provider or need to download forms to become a provider.


Adult Day Health Care (ADHC):

Medically supervised care and services provided at a licensed day care center. Please review if you would like to learn more about becoming a provider of Adult Day Health Care or need to download forms to become a provider.


Attendant Care:

Individual attendants can only enroll after being chosen by a client and approved by University Affiliated Program (UAP) staff. Please review to see the standards individual attendant providers must meet once they have been chosen by a waiver participant.


Case Management:

Case Management provides service counseling, support and assists participants in coping with changing needs and making decisions regarding long term care services. Case Management ensures continued access to appropriate and available services. Please review if you would like to learn more about becoming a CLTC case management provider.


Companion:

Services that provide short-term relief for caregivers and needed supervision of clients. Please review if you want to learn more and download forms about becoming an agency providing companion service.


Waiver Medical Supplies:

Home and Community based waivers provide for some medical supplies not covered by State plan DME. These providers would supply waiver participants with oral nutritional supplements and incontinence supplies among other items.


Environmental Modification:

Pest control services and physical adaptations to the home. Please review to see the standards that environmental modification providers must meet.


Home Delivered Meals:

Regular or special diet meals delivered to the clients home. Please review if you would like to learn more about becoming a provider of home delivered meals or need download forms to become a provider.


Individual Companions:

Individual companions can only enroll after being chosen by a client and approved by University Affiliated Program (UAP) staff. Please review to see the standards individual companion providers must meet once they have been chosen by a waiver participant.


Nursing Services:

Skilled medical monitoring, direct care and intervention in order for health care needs to be maintained through home support. Please review if you would like to learn more about becoming a CLTC nursing provider.


Personal Care I
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Provides assistance with household duties. Please review if you would like to learn more about becoming a personal care I provider or need to download forms to become a provider.

Personal Care II
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Helps with activities of daily living like bathing, dressing, preparing meals, housekeeping and observing health signs. Please review if you would like to learn more about becoming a personal care II provider or need to download forms.


Personal Emergency Response System (PERS):

PERS is an electronic device that enables waiver participants to secure help in an emergency. The participant may also wear a portable "help" button to allow for mobility. The system is connected to the participant's phone and programmed to signal a response center once a "help" button is activated. The service includes installation, participant instruction and maintenance of devices/systems. The response center is staffed by trained professionals.


Respite Care:

Temporary relief for a waiver client's caregiver designed to serve as a break in routine for both the caregiver and client.

Telemonitoring:

The Telemonitoring service is available to Community Choices participants to maintain and promote their health status through medical telemonitoring of body weight, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, blood glucose levels, and basic heart rate information. Please review if you would like to learn more about becoming a Telemonitoring provider or need to download forms to become a provider.