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About the Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program

Supporting Medically Fragile Children in St. Petersburg

The Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program addresses the critical need for healthcare workers by training and employing parents as caregivers. This initiative ensures medically fragile children receive essential care from trained family members while providing a stable income. Through extensive training and support, caregivers become qualified aides, delivering top-notch care in their homes.

Program Benefits

Explore the advantages of the Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program.

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Financial Assistance

Earn a competitive hourly wage up to 40 hours per week while caring for your medically fragile child.

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Thorough Training

Receive comprehensive training from experienced registered nurses to provide high-quality care.

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Job Stability

Maintain a steady income without the stress of taking time off work to care for your child.

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Reduced Hospital Visits

Help decrease the frequency of hospitalizations with continuous home care.

Support Network

Access a dedicated team ready to assist with any challenges you may face.

Enhanced Quality of Life

Improve your family's well-being by keeping your child in a comfortable and familiar environment.

Why Choose Atlantic Care Services?

Your Reliable Partner in Care

Atlantic Care Services is dedicated to providing exceptional care for medically fragile children and supporting their families with thorough training and ongoing support.

Our team of skilled registered nurses and caregivers brings years of experience in pediatric nursing and home healthcare.

We offer personalized training programs to ensure you are fully equipped to care for your child.

Our support network is always available to help you navigate any challenges or concerns.

Eligibility Criteria

How To Qualify for the Home Health Aides
For Medically Fragile Children Program

Find out if you meet the requirements to join the Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program and provide care for your child.

Age Requirement For The Caregiver

Participants must be at least 18 years old.

Caregiver Role

Caregivers must be parents of a child who is 21 years old or younger and eligible for Medicaid.

Training and Screening

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

Connect with us about the program today!

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are answers to some common questions about the Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program.

Your child must qualify for skilled care or respite care services under Medicaid to be eligible.

The start date is still pending, but we encourage families to start the transition process now to avoid delays.

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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