Fort Collins

3665 JFK Parkway, Ft. Collins, CO 80525

Suite 330

Home Healthcare, Parent CNA/ Family Caregiver

P: 970.493.9300

F: 855.218.7223

ftcollins@maxhealth.com

Service Areas

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    Home Healthcare

    Overview


    Adult Home Healthcare

    When health is compromised, we are here to help. Our team of nurses, therapists and home health aides (HHAs) provide a comprehensive level of care and support in the comfort of home. We work with patients, families, and physicians to implement a plan that promotes clinical excellence and outstanding customer service. Maintaining a fulfilling daily life for our patients by providing exemplary nursing care is our priority.


    Skilled Care 

    Our nurses (LPN, LVN and RN) provide private duty care and treatments for chronic and acute illnesses and disabilities. 


    SERVICES INCLUDE 
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    Private duty nursing
    -Tracheostomy and ventilator management
    -Enteral care and management
    -Complex intravenous therapy management
    -Intermittent skilled nursing and therapy visits  

    Unskilled Care 

    Aide and other services are provided to assist with bathing, daily hygiene, meals, mobility and transfers. 

    SERVICES INCLUDE 

    • Personal care 
    • Companion
       


    Pediatric Home Healthcare 

    When a child’s health is compromised, we are here to help. Our team of nurses, therapists and home health aides (HHAs) provide a comprehensive level of care and support in the comfort of home. We work with patients, families, and physicians to implement a plan that promotes clinical excellence and outstanding customer service. Maintaining a fulfilling daily life for children by providing exemplary nursing care is our priority.

    Skilled Care 
    Our nurses (LPN, LVN and RN) provide private duty care and treatments for chronic and acute illnesses and disabilities.

    SERVICES INCLUDE 
    -
    Private duty nursing
    -School nursing
    -Tracheostomy and ventilator management
    -Enteral care and management
    -Complex intravenous therapy management
    -Intermittent skilled nursing and therapy visits

    Unskilled Care 
    Aide and other services are provided to assist with bathing, daily hygiene, meals, mobility and transfers.

    SERVICES INCLUDE 

    • Personal care 
    • Companion

    VA Benefits: Care for Veterans and Military Family Members  

    Here in Colorado, we specialize in providing long-term, continuous care to chronically ill patients, providing family caregiver services and home healthcare for military families and veterans. These services allow us to offer continuity of care within the familiar surroundings of home.    

    How we help our heroes 

    Private duty nursing provides care for up to 24-hours a day for patients with complex healthcare needs such as feeding tubes, tracheostomies, ventilators, and IVs (traditionally through the ECHO Program). 

    Companion/non-medical services provides daily living assistance to patients in the comfort of their homes and in acute care facilities (traditionally through ADSM respite and custodial programs).

    Intermittent care in the home provides care as needed or ordered by a physician for surgery recovery, wound care, disease management, rehabilitation, and medication management.
    VA home healthcare programs covered

    CHAMPVA: A comprehensive program in which the VA shares the cost of covered healthcare services and supplies with eligible beneficiaries.

    Spina Bifida: Provides monetary allowances, vocational training and rehabilitation, and VA-financed healthcare benefits to certain Korea and Vietnam veterans’ birth children who have been diagnosed with spina bifida.

    Camp Lejeune Family Member Program: For family members of veterans that lived or served at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987, and were potentially exposed to drinking water contaminated with industrial solvents, benzene and other chemicals.

    Children of Women Vietnam Veterans Health Care Benefits Program: Provides VA-financed healthcare benefits to women Vietnam veterans’ birth children who the Veterans Benefits Administration has determined to have a covered birth defect.

    Fort Collins Counties Served

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    *Actual services provided vary by office. Please contact your local office to determine the services provided. 
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    Parent CNA/ Family Caregiver

    Overview

    Become a Family Caregiver
    Get paid to provide care for your family member! Maxim now covers certain costs needed to get your Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) license in order to work for us as a caregiver for your loved one. 

    Maxim is proud to offer this program to families and referral partners in the state of Colorado only. Stay tuned as we are working to expand our parent and/or family member CNA program to other states. 

     

    Financial Assistance to Become a CNA

    There are many ways to obtain financial assistance to become a caregiver in Colorado. To determine your eligibility and options, speak with a Maxim representative


    What Does a CNA Do?
    A CNA assists with activities of daily living (ADLs) for patients and provides basic nursing care, including helping with transfers, bathing, and maintaining personal hygiene. Home care CNAs are supervised by a registered nurse. 

    Here are some ways a CNA helps a patient:

    • Assistance with activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, grooming, etc.)
    • Help with feeding
    • Support with range of motion and medically prescribed home exercise
    • Stand-by assistance with walking and transfers
    • Help with toileting and incontinence
    • Communicating with medical team


    Advantages of Becoming Your Loved One’s CNA
    As a parent or family member, nobody understands the daily needs of your loved one better than you do. The “Parent-as-CNA” program is unique to Colorado Medicaid and allows family members (not just parents) to earn certification to become a caregiver for their loved one, based on medical necessity. It allows an opportunity to earn a viable income as an employee of a home healthcare agency. 


    • We help cover your CNA certification costs.
    • By becoming your family member’s certified caregiver, you don’t have to worry about lapses in care.
    • With a trusted parent or family member as a CNA, some financial burden is relieved for the family.
    *Actual services provided vary by office. Please contact your local office to determine the services provided. 

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