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Home Care for Developmentally Disabled Adults

JAMES ANNALEE (dba Right at Home) provides services for Developmentally Disabled Adults. James Annalee (dba Right at Home) has worked with Butler County, Clermont County, Hamilton County and Warren County agencies for two decades to serve the needs of individuals that may have a wide range of conditions including Austism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and other intellectual disabilities. 

We understand that each individual and their needs are unique, so caregiving approaches may vary. Whether your loved one is living with you or on their own, you want to encourage independence while making sure they are safe. They may need a little more supervision and assistance to get through the day. Right at Home caregivers can provide as little or as much support that is needed. 

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Developmentally Disabled Care Services

JAMES ANNALEE (dba Right at Home) believes that individulals thrive when they can live with compassion and experience inherent worth. With the right support, resources and compassionate care by Right at Home caregivers, caring for a loved one who is developmentally disabled can help improve their quality of life. Right at Home of Cincinnati, OH, has been providing quality supportive care in Hamilton, Clermont, Warren and Butler Counties for two decades and is here to help! Our services include:

  • Supportive Care, Home Making
  • Nursing Oversight
  • Medication Administration
  • PT, OT Exercise Reminders
  • Meal Preparation / Feeding
  • Medical Appointments
  • Transportation

  • Incontinence Care / Toileting
  • Integration
  • Ambulatory Assistance / Transfers
  • Housekeeping / Shopping
  • Diet and Nutrition Monitoring 
  • Assist in Hobbies and Education
  • Bathing and Hygiene
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What are Developmental Disabilities (DD) Waivers

Waivers are one way to pay for services that support someone with developmental disabilities to live on their own, with family or a roommate, or a provider through Ohio Shared Living. Our DD waivers are Medicaid waivers. There are three waivers that Right at Home of Cincinnati accepts: I/O Waiver, Self Waiver, and Level One. Our office can assist clients in Hamilton County, Clermont County, Butler County and Warren County. 
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Providing Quality Care for the Developmentally Disabled

Training Credentials

All JAMES ANNALEE (dba Right at Home) Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) are trained in person-centered care and community inclusion. They have successfully completed a BCI background check and a twelve-panel drug screen.They have also been trained, on the following: 

  • Epilepsy and Seizure Management
  • Fall Prevention
  • Aging Well for Individuals
  • Person Centered Planning
  • Principles of Positive Intervention
  • Ethics and Boundaries
  • Co-Occurring Conditions
  • Integration
  • Positive Relationships
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Behavioral Support 

All JAMES ANNALEE DSPs are CPR/First Aid certified and are recertified in our office every two years. Annually our DSPs complete continuing education through the Ohio Department of Developmental Disablities website to ensure compliance. Our DSPs who are Med Aministration certified must be recertified every year after their initial two-year certification. CPR/First Aide certification is done every two years while the rest of the above list are covered annually to meet Ohio state requirements. 

 

 


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