If you or a loved one is an elder, has a physical disability, or chronic disease, we can help you stay in your homes for as long as possible by providing personal care and support services through our Long Term Care Programs. Our Long Term Care programs and services include:
- CareNet, Private Duty
- Choices for Care
- Interview with grateful family about their long term care experience.
Homemakers can assist you with light housekeeping, shopping, errands, laundry, meal preparation, and other necessary tasks to help you remain at home. The Homemaker program supports disabled and/or elderly individuals. Funding for the Homemaker program comes from the Franklin-Grand Isle United Way and state support.
CareNet, Private Duty
Our trained and caring health care personnel can help you or your loved one with personal care, chores, homemaking and respite through our CareNet program. CareNet is offered on a private pay basis. Some long term care insurances pay for this service.
Choices for Care
Long term care services are available to you as an alternative to nursing homes through State of Vermont funding. Services available include case management, chore services, and assistance with personal care including bathing, grooming, toileting, transfers and ambulation. Other services include adult day care and assistive technology.