The Personal Assistance Services (PAS) Program provides community-based, in home services to enable adult persons with severe physical disabilities to remain in their own homes and avoid placement in a long-term care facility. The provision of home and community-based services is based upon the identified needs of the recipient and available funding. ADSD assists recipients with accessing other available services, as needed.
What Services Can the PAS program provide?
Assistance by a licensed professional in determining the needs of the client, arranging and monitoring services. identification of resources and assisting recipients in locating and gaining access to waiver services, as well as needed medical, social, educational, and other services regardless of the funding source.
Assistance with personal care. Which includes:
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
Who is Eligible?
Be financially eligible (call for current income guidelines).
How Can I Apply?
An applicant, community partner or caregiver may fill out the CBC-102 referral form below and submit to the Aging and Disability Services Division (ADSD) office nearest to them. An applicant may also telephone their local regional office and provide the needed information over the phone to an ADSD intake team member. For a listing of regional offices, click here.
Once a referral is made to the appropriate
regional office, an ADSD intake case manager will contact the individual to determine which services and program are most appropriate for them.
Once an applicant is determined eligible for the PAS program, a case manager will remain in close contact with the recipient to assure services are appropriate and are meeting the needs of the recipient.
ADSD personnel are dedicated to the provision of quality services, which assist individuals to remain independent in their own homes.
For Additional Information
Please see Policy CBC-MS400 Personal Assistance Services (PAS)