Personal Care Services

First Nation's PCA services allow your Native American loved one to retain their quality of life in their home.

Just what are personal care services (PCA)? These services are essential care to your loved ones in their own home such as meal preparation, help with dressing, bathing and more. We understand that it may be difficult, embarrassing or impossible time-wise for a family or community member to provide these services.

Personal care assistance (PCA) services provide assistance and support for Native Americans with disabilities, living independently in the community. This includes the elderly and others with special health care needs. PCA services are covered, medically necessary, services provided by a Personal Care Attendant (PCA), in the recipient’s home or in the community when normal life activities take them outside the home.

  • Activities of daily living (eating, toileting, grooming, dressing, bathing, transferring, mobility, and positioning.
  • Instrumental activities of daily living (meal planning and preparation, managing finances, shopping for food, communication by telephone or other media, getting around and participating in Native American heritage events).
  • Health related functions through hands-on assistance, supervision, and cueing.
  • Redirection and intervention for behavior including observation and monitoring.