Who is eligible?
Eligibility is determined by Colorado Medicaid standards and specific criteria for receiving CNA service. An evaluation determines a plan of care, based on eligible services and the needs of your loved one. A typical plan of care involves multiple scheduled visits each day to support your loved one’s daily activities.
What is a CNA / Having a family member CNA
A CNA is a certified nursing assistant, their duties are to help perform various tasks in order to help patients in need. They work directly under a licensed nurse in a variety of different ways, including most of the basic care necessities of patients.
When it comes to home care, it can be especially comforting to have a family member as a CNA; And as such we want to provide as much information to you as possible, if this is something you would be interested in.
Eligibility is determined by Colorado Medicaid standards and you must meet specific criteria, but otherwise there is no reason that a family member cannot become a CNA to help out their family member(s).
- We offer a reliable 24/7 on-call and back-up team, available to assist with care as necessary.
- Our nurses provide oversight and visit regularly to answer any questions and observe potential changes to the plan of care.
- Our central office staff interacts with case managers and physicians in support of clients and employees.