Small Town Home Care LLC
Basic Home Care License
118 Main St S, Mabel, MN, 55954
Distance: 396 Miles
Providers with a basic home care license are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Health. These providers can assist with most activities of daily living, in a person's home. Basic home care license may be individuals or organizations and are trained to assist people who, because on an illness, disability, or physical condition, cannot perform the tasks for themselves. This type of service does not require a nurse.
Staff of the licensed basic provider may:
* Assist with dressing, eating, grooming, toileting and bathing;
* Provide standby assistance for safety;
* Provide verbal or visual reminders to take regularly scheduled medication;
* Provide verbal or visual reminders for treatments and exercises;
* Prepare modified diets ordered by a licensed health professional; and
* Assist with laundry, housekeeping, meal preparation, shopping, or other household chores if also providing one of the other tasks listed above
The workers performing the tasks may be individually licensed or unlicensed. Licensed agencies are responsible for providing additional training for their workers as required by home care laws.
Area Served by County
- Fillmore County
At Home Services
- Errand running/shopping
- Help with preparing meals
Licenses, Registrations, or Certifications
|Basic Home Care Provider
|Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)
8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
Other Services or resources
This provider does not offer other services or resources at this location.
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LT-2800.3000Home Health Aide Services Definition
Programs that offer the services of paraprofessional aides who provide personal health care services which do not require special technical training, in the homes of recently discharged hospital patients, elderly individuals and people with disabilities. Services are provided in accordance with a written home health care plan and may include feeding, bathing and grooming patients; changing their beds; taking their temperature, pulse or respiration; helping them to the toilet or to use a bedpan; and other types of assistance that enhance their physical and emotional comfort. The home health aide may also perform other activities as taught by a health professional for a specific patient including changing a colostomy bag; assisting with the use of devices for aid to daily living; assisting with prescribed range of motion exercises; assisting with prescribed ice cap or collar; doing simple urine tests for sugar, acetone or albumin; measuring and preparing special diets; measuring fluid intake and output; and supervising the self-administration of medications (reminding the individual to take the medication, opening bottle caps, reading the medication label to the individual, observing the individual taking medications, checking the self-administered dosage against the label of the container and reassuring the individual that they have obtained and are taking the correct dosage).
PH-3300.3000Homemaker Assistance Definition
Programs that offer the services of trained homemakers who go into the homes of families whose routines have been disrupted by long or short-term illness, disability or other problems, and assume responsibility for routine household activities including menu planning, budgeting, shopping, child care, meal preparation, laundry and general household management including light housekeeping.
PH-3300.6500Personal Care Definition
Programs that offer the services of paraprofessional aides who provide assistance with personal hygiene (bathing, grooming and mouth care), clothing care, ambulation, seating, toileting, housekeeping (changing bed linens or other chores that are essential to the individual's health and comfort), food preparation and nutritional and environmental support for recently discharged hospital patients, elderly people and people with disabilities in their own homes or other settings. Personal care may also include supervision which involves cueing, reminding, prompting or directing daily activities, as needed, but does not include medical services.