Heart To Heart Home Care’s professionally skilled staff will provide care for the time, duration, and frequency specified by the physician, and agreeable with the patient. Care will be provided in the patient’s residence, to maximize and fulfill his/her goals as a member of the community.

  • Medicaid Waivers
    Medicaid Home and Community Based Services Waivers – Medicaid programs providing community services to individuals specific to their health support needs as an alternative to services provided in a residential setting. The Developmental Disabilities Home and Community-Based Services Waiver is called the iBudget in Florida and In Philadelphia is (Community Health Choices), and OBRA. These waivers provide specific support and services that are available to individuals.
  • Personal Supports
    Personal Supports services provide assistance and training to an adult (21 or older) individual receiving services in activities of daily living, including the areas of eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, and preparation of meals. This service can also provide respite services to an individual receiving services age 21 and older living in their family home.
  • Private Duty Nursing (Florida Only)
    Continuous nursing care prescribed by a physician and rendered by licensed practical or registered nurses in the family home or the individual receiving services own home. Private Duty Nursing services are prescribed by a physician, ARNP, or physician assistant and consist of individual, continuous nursing care provided by registered or licensed practical nurses. This service is limited to recipients age 21 years or older who are eligible for active nursing interventions on a continuous basis for over two consecutive hours per episode. This service is normally provided on a one-to-one basis.
  • Respite Care
    Respite care is a service that provides supportive care and supervision to individuals when the primary caregiver is unable to perform the duties of a caregiver. This service is generally used due to a brief planned or emergency absence, or when the primary caregiver is available, but temporarily physically unable to care for or supervise the individual receiving services for a brief period of time.