Examples: A service “package” refers to the number and combination of different services, and volume of care. This perspective acknowledges that users of services are a diverse group who need a variety of services with varying combinations and frequencies.
Examples: Services provided directly or by a cooperating provider can include:
housekeeping tasks and home management activities and education;
chores, safe food handling and storage, and nutritious meal preparation;
assistance with personal care;
monitoring of overall health and well-being including observing, reporting, and documenting changes in bodily function;
assistance with self-administered medications;
assistance or prompting with activities of daily living;
assistance with personalizing homes and purchasing personal necessities;
assistance with ambulation and transfer; and
assistance with accessing community activities, including access to transportation.