We are excited about offering nursing services, and we welcome our RN’s aboard,” says Cathy Stein, CEO of HCBS Provider. “Maintaining and growing our services in Pennsylvania is a direct result of our wonderful caregivers and their outstanding support to our clients.
CHESTER SPRINGS, Pa. (PRWEB) October 16, 2018
Home Community Base Services Provider, Inc., formerly Co-op Provider Services Network, is now a corporation and is expanding their service area in southeastern Pennsylvania. They now offer services in seven counties and are considering several others in the near future. HCBS Provider remains innovative and responsive to the unique needs of the mental health/intellectual, autism and physical disabilities population and have broadened their social media presence to reach more people in need of their services in Pennsylvania.
Many families caring for adults with special needs struggle with where to turn to find help and resources. With the new website, http://hcbsprovider.com/ and the launch of their social media presence on Facebook , Twitter, and LinkedIn , HCBS Provider is reaching out to as many families in need in southeastern Pennsylvania as possible that may not know that their services exist.
HCBS Provider specializes in providing support services, in the home as well as the community, to adults with mental health and intellectual/developmental disabilities including autism. Community Living Arrangements (CLA) and Life-sharing are also available. They offer a range of support options designed to meet the specific needs of their consumers.
The trained staff at HCBS Provider provide In-Home & Community Supports, Supported Employment, Companion, Behavioral Therapy, Personal Assistance, Community Inclusion/Integration, overnight Respite (in or out of the home), as well as Nursing, new in 2018.
Depending on their clients’ needs, HCBS Provider can also provide light housekeeping, laundry service, meal planning and preparation, running errands, and assistance with activities of daily living such as personal hygiene. HCBS Provider also promotes social interaction to reduce the isolation experienced by some of their consumers and to improve the quality of lives. Their clients have disabilities ranging from autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities.
“We are excited about offering nursing services and we welcome our RN’s aboard,” says Cathy Stein, CEO of HCBS Provider. “Maintaining and growing our services in Pennsylvania is a direct result of our wonderful caregivers and their outstanding support to our clients. We are concentrating on integrating our consumers into rewarding supported employment opportunities. Our staffs’ special relationship with our clients, families and professionals in the community is a reflection on our entire company.”
As HCBS Provider continues to grow and serve an ever-increasing number of individuals, they are actively looking for more direct care staff to join their team. “Home-based care is a very personal business that focuses on service to the individual, not things,” Stein continues. “Our staff use a fresh approach with each of their clients. It’s what sets our staff apart. They’re problem-solvers and keep a positive attitude even on bad days.”
HCBS Provider’s website is a valuable resource for individuals and families including those struggling to know where to begin looking for services. Services are provided in the following counties: Chester, Montgomery, Berks, Delaware, Bucks, Philadelphia, and Lancaster.
To join the growing HCBS Provider team, apply here http://hcbsprovider.com/join-our-team/.
About HCBS Provider, Inc.
HCBS Provider is an Approved Provider by the Department of Human Services in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, qualified by the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) for the Consolidated and Person/Family Directed Support (P/FDS) and the Community Living Waiver programs. They are subjected to 55 PA Code 51 and 52 rules and regulations. Provider qualifications and verification requirements are continually updated. Federal, state and local requirements govern HCBS Provider. HCBS Provider must meet applicable waiver amendments and have valid MA provider agreements that are monitored by the various departments on a regular basis.