What is the required course of action for me to obtain home care services? The path to receiving in-home supportive services may change from one state to the next. All residents of Minnesota who wish to receive in-home care must complete the Minnesota PCA Assessment. This FAQ reference from the Minnesota Department of Human Services will help you better understand the PCA evaluation.
What is the PCA assessment in Minnesota?
The MN PCA Assessment is a procedure for evaluating your home health and determining whether PCA services are the best option for you. The Minnesota Department of Human Services is in charge of this evaluation.
What is the status of the evaluation?
An assessor will come to your home and analyze your daily needs as well as your health state. You will be asked questions about your health, current medications, and habits. You’ll also learn about the many home care programs and services that might be right for you.
What happens after the evaluation is completed?
You’ll get a copy of your PCA assessment and home care service planning, as well as a letter detailing the maximum PCA time you’re eligible for, within 10 days. After that, you can choose a home care services provider and set up an appropriate service schedule.
How frequently will I need to be evaluated?
You must conduct an examination every year or anytime your health state drastically changes.
Do you have any more inquiries? Contact us right now and we’ll be pleased to walk you through the PCA process step by step so you can get the best home care service at the right time.