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Missouri Programs

Personal Care
Personal care is a broad term used to refer to supporting with personal hygiene and toileting, along with dressing and maintaining personal appearance.
It can cover, but is not limited to:
  • Bathing and showering, including bed-baths
  • Dressing and getting ready for bed
  • Oral hygiene
  • Applying make-up and hair care 
  • Support with shaving
  • Foot care
  • Toileting, including using a commode or bedpan
  • Changing incontinence pads, cleaning intimate areas
  • Changing position in bed, to stretch and prevent bedsores.
Homemaker Services
Alliance offers homemaker services that help create a safe, clean, and comfortable living environment so your client can stay at home, living independently with a greater sense of confidence and security.
  • Laundry and changing bed linens
  • Ironing
  • Grocery shopping
  • Meal preparation
  • Kitchen cleaning and organization (including checking expiration dates)
  • Cleaning and organizing bathrooms
  • Vacuuming and sweeping
  • Replacing batteries in smoke detectors and other household safety features
  • Eliminating tripping hazards and safe-proofing the home
CDS Consumer Directed Services Program
Missouri's state Medicaid program, referred to as MO HealthNet, offers a consumer-directed personal care program. With Consumer Directed Services (CDS), also referred to as self-directed care, eligible applicants can hire, train, and supervise, the individual(s) they choose to provide their personal care. 

Click Below to Find Out How to Hire a Loved One or Friend to be Your Paid Caregiver:
Veteran and Surviving Spouse Program
We are partnered with the Veteran's Administration and Vet Assist. 
It is an honor to serve those that served. 
Please contact us for more information on these programs.

Respite Program
Respite care provides relief to family members and other caregivers.
Respite care relates to bedside companionship activities such as:
  • Providing friendly conversation
  • Taking walks 
  • Painting nails
  • Watching television together
  • Playing board games
  • Reading magazines
Advanced Personal Care
Services include, but are not limited to:
  • Passive range of motion exercises
  • Changing aseptic dressings
  • Catheter hygiene
  • Prescription ointment application
  • Ostomy hygiene
  • Using transfer devices
AIDS Waiver Program
The Aids Waiver provides in-home services to participants diagnosed by a physician as having AIDS or an HIV-related illness and are assessed as meeting a nursing home level of care. The services available include personal care, private duty nursing, attendant care, and supplies.
Private Pay
We have options for private pay individuals that do not qualify for Medicaid or Veterans assistance. Please call your home office for more information on this program. 

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