Serves all Nebraska adoptive families - international, domestic infant, private, step-parent and foster adoptive families. Advocates for the special interests of adoptive families and connects families to one another. Six core services include Permanency Support Services, Respite Care Connections, Parent2Parent Network, Mental Health Connections...
Adult day services for persons with intellectual disabilities and/or other diagnosis for adults who wish to continue living independently, respite in home care, assistive devices, home and vehicle modifications. Community activities, doctor assisted therapies, and leisure activities offered.
Vocational services, supported employment, community participation, habilitation training, or retirement activities for seniors.Examples include community-based vocational training, employment opportunities, volunteer opportunities and other learning activities such as gardening classes, horse back riding, bowling, cooking classes, and crafts. Offe...
Caregiver training and education, information on available services, caregiver support, and funding for emergency response systems.Respite care grants available to provide temporary relief for the permanent caregiver. Grant amounts vary and are provided through the Family Caregiver Program.
Caregiver support line for caregivers of veterans; licensed clinical social workers are available to answer questions, listen to concerns and directly link callers to the Caregiver Support Coordinator at their local VA Medical Center, Each VA Medical Center has a caregiver support coordinator.
Information and referral services for older adults.Respite care.Care management for those age 60+.Senior Care Options for those age 65+.Aged and Disabled Medicaid Waiver for those age 65+.Referrals for handyman and housekeeping services.Senior Companion Program.
In home personal services tailored to the needs of the individual. Offers personal care (non medical) that includes assisting with eating, grooming, bathing, dressing, incontinence, cognitive impairments, mobility, companionship, and medication reminders. Provides respite for the primary family member caring for a loved one.
In home care including skilled nursing and non-medical care. Non-medical care includes companionship, light housekeeping, organizing, medication reminders, laundry, meal preparation, transfer assistance including bathing and dressing.One hour minimum per visit, 24/7, or as little as once per week. Services may be provided in the home or in a faci...
Provides supportive home care and companionship for seniors and the disabled. Services include medication assistance, Dementia and Alzheimer's care, 24 hour care, light housekeeping, meal preparation, incidental transportation, laundry services and personal care services.
Provides supportive home care and companionship for seniors and the disabled. Services include: medication assistance, Dementia and Alzheimer's care, 24 hour care, light housekeeping, meal preparation, incidental transportation, laundry services, and personal care services.
Non-medical in home care including homemaker services, companion care, and private pay respite; transportation to and from doctor appointments, grocery store, drugstore, etc.; and personal care. Requires a two-hour minimum unless several clients live in the same building, in which case one-hour service is available.
LSI is proud to offer service and support to Iowa’s foster and adoptive families. We believe the compassionate people who welcome children into their homes and help them find safe, stable outcomes are Iowa’s true heroes. LSI is a nationally accredited agency, providing services in all 99 counties of Iowa and over 20 locations throughout the state.
Intermittent services to maintain or increase independent living skills. For people who live in their own apartments, staff provide personalized supports including assistance with banking, grocery shopping, medical appointments and accessing their communities. The amount of support is guided in partnership with staff and is documented in the Indivi...
Provides support services to pregnant and parenting teens and their families through home visits with a pediatric nurse practitioner and family support workers. Prenatal and postnatal education, support groups, child development classes, respite child care, case management and advocacy and referral is available.
Offers respite options as part of a grant program to help prevent child abuse and help parents in crisis. This program serves children 0-5yrs with no disability requirements. Services vary according to family needs and funding availability.