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About the Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program

Dedicated Care for Medically Fragile Children in Groveland

The Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program in Groveland is designed to address the critical need for healthcare workers by equipping family caregivers with the necessary skills and training. This initiative allows families to provide high-quality care for their medically fragile children while receiving financial compensation. Through comprehensive training and ongoing support, family members become certified aides, delivering essential care in the comfort of their homes.

Program Benefits

Learn about the key benefits of participating in the Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program.

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Financial Stability

Earn a consistent income up to 40 hours per week by caring for your child.

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Extensive Training

Participate in a thorough training program covering all aspects of home care.

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Comprehensive Support

Access a dedicated team for continuous support and guidance.

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Reduced Hospital Stays

Help lower the number of hospital visits with ongoing home care.

Flexible Scheduling

With the program, you get paid for caregiving, eliminating the need to balance work and caregiving. Enjoy a schedule that fits your family's needs.

Improved Family Life

Enhance your family’s quality of life by providing care in a familiar environment.

Why Choose Atlantic Care?

Your Partner in Exceptional Care

Atlantic Care Services is committed to providing top-notch care for medically fragile children and comprehensive support for their families through personalized training and ongoing assistance.

Our team of skilled RNs and caregivers has extensive experience in pediatric and home healthcare.

We provide training programs customized to meet the specific needs of each family.

Our support network is available 24/7 to help you navigate any challenges.

Eligibility Requirements

Qualify for the Home Health Aides
For Medically Fragile Children Program

See if you meet the criteria to participate in the program and provide care for your child.

Minimum Age

You must be at least 18 years old to join the program.

Family Relationship

You must be a caregiver for a relative under 21 years old who qualifies for Medicaid.

Required Training and Screening

Complete the necessary training and pass a Level 2 background screening.

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to frequently asked questions about the Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program.

Eligibility requires your child to qualify for skilled care or respite care services under Medicaid.

The start date is still being determined, but we recommend starting the transition process now.

We are currently awaiting final guidelines on this matter. Please stay tuned for further updates.

We are awaiting final guidelines on this matter. Please stay tuned for further updates.

We accept Cigna, Simply, Aetna, Humana, Sunshine Health, Sunshine CMS, and United Health. Please contact us for the most current list of accepted insurance providers.

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