Capable Hands Care LLC is a Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) company, licensed by Minnesota, under the Department of Human Services. Our programs focus on providing stellar services to people with disabilities in the comfort of their homes, teaching people independent living skills towards enjoying satisfying lives. Stellar Service is Our Priority.
Service Options For Individualized Home Supports
Respite: Short-term care services are provided to a person when their primary caregiver is absent or needs relief.
Primary Caregiver(S): Person or people principally responsible for the care and supervision of the person who receives services.
In-Home Respite: Respite provided in the person’s home or place of residence.
Out-Of-Home Respite: Respite provided outside of the person’s home or place of residence.
Homemaker: Services that help a person manage general cleaning and household activities.
Covered Services: Homemaker/cleaning services include light housekeeping tasks. Homemaker/cleaning providers deliver home cleaning and laundry services.
Non-Covered Services: A person cannot receive homemaker services if any of the following are true:
24-Hour Emergency Assistance
24-hour emergency assistance: On-call counseling and problem-solving and/or immediate response for service at a person’s home due to a health/personal emergency.
Primary Caregiver: Person principally responsible for the care and supervision of the person. They must maintain their primary residence at the same address as the person and be named as an owner or lessee of the primary residence.
Employment services give many people with disabilities an opportunity to be part of the general workforce by teaching them skills and providing the resources they need to work. Minnesota works to help people with disabilities find competitive, integrated employment, and the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) supports an Employment First approach.
Employment waiver services comprise three programs:
- Employment exploration services: Services that help a person better understand competitive, integrated employment opportunities in their community. Exploration activities and experiences strengthen a person’s knowledge, interests, and preferences to make informed decisions about competitive employment.
- Employment development services: Individualized services designed to help a person achieve competitively, integrated employment, become self-employed, or establish a microenterprise business in their community.
- Employment support services: Individualized services and supports that help people maintain paid employment in community businesses/settings. Employment support services occur in integrated community settings.