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About The Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program

Comprehensive Care for Medically Fragile Children in Tampa

The Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program in Tampa aims to bridge the gap in healthcare for medically fragile children by training and employing family members as caregivers. This initiative helps families provide skilled care at home while earning a sustainable income. The program offers extensive training, enabling caregivers to deliver high-quality care and improve their child’s quality of life.

Program Benefits

Discover the key advantages of the Home Health Aides for Medically Fragile Children Program

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Financial Relief

Secure a competitive hourly income of up to 40 hours per week while caring for your child.

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Extensive Training

Complete a comprehensive training program with theoretical and practical components.

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Supportive Team

Rely on a dedicated team for ongoing support and assistance.

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Decreased Hospital Visits

Help minimize hospitalizations with continuous, qualified home care.

Flexibility

As a paid caregiver, you can fully dedicate your time to your child, with a flexible schedule that adapts to your family's unique needs.

Better Work-Life Balance

Achieve a healthier balance between work and caregiving responsibilities.

Why Atlantic Care Services?

Choose Atlantic Care Services for Quality and Support

Atlantic Care Services is committed to offering top-tier care for medically fragile children and robust support for their families through personalized training and reliable assistance.

Our team of experienced RNs and caregivers is dedicated to providing exceptional pediatric care.

We offer training programs designed to meet the unique needs of each family.

Our support network is available around the clock to help with any challenges.

Eligibility

How To Qualify For The Home Health Aides
For Medically Fragile Children Program

See if you meet the criteria to participate in the Home Health Aides For Medically Fragile Children Program and provide care for your child.

Age Requirement

Applicants must be 18 years old or older to join the program.

Family Caregiver

The child being cared for must be under 21 years old and qualify for Medicaid.

Mandatory Training

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

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some frequently asked questions about the Home Health Aides for Medically Fragile Children Program.

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

The start date is pending, but initiating the transition process now is recommended 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 updated for further information.

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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