Providing AT Devices That Can Help Promote a Greater Sense of Independence.
Service Coordinators You Can Trust.
There are a number of assistive technology (AT) devices that can help adults with developmental and physical impairments overcome everyday obstacles. For instance, a special telephone can help TBI patients with speech and hearing problems.
As each participant is unique, selecting the technology that meets your individual needs can prove difficult, but it’s not impossible. The right assistive technology can vastly improve a participant’s quality of life and promote a greater sense of independence.
Care Lync is an approved provider within the Department of Human Services Home and Community Based Waiver Services Department. Our team of highly specialized coordination experts work with service care providers on behalf of Medicaid-eligible waiver participants to help minimize the obstacles and maximize efficiencies in service delivery.
Care Lync Service Coordinators can help waiver participants access make life more manageable and accessible for those with disabilities by helping with the following:
Waiver assistance: Care Lync Coordinators help Participants develop a service plan that best suits their needs and goals.
Service guidance: Our will seamlessly locate, coordinate, and monitor the provision of service providers, ensuring the health and welfare of each patient.
Community Integration: By helping patients get access to the services provided to them under their waiver, we hope to help them adjust to a full, independent life.
Our Promise of Empowerment
Care Lync provides service coordination for adults diagnosed with Physical, Intellectual and Developmental disabilities who are enrolled in the Department of Human Services Medicaid Waiver Programs. Since each waiver has its own unique set of eligibility requirements and services, our Coordinators guide Participants to the resources and available options. Our passionate team of seasoned experts help ensure that our Participants get the care they need in order to lead a healthy and independent lifestyle in their home and community.