Homemaker/Personal Care Agencies

Homemaker Personal Care Providers (HPC)

Caregiver Homes of Ohio
6797 N. High Street, Suite 331
Columbus, OH 43085
(866) 797-2333

Since 2012, Caregiver Homes of Ohio has supported families in providing high-quality, 24-hour care at home for people with disabilities in need of physical care and assistance. We help make it possible for a family member or friend to become the primary in-home caregiver by providing them with the support and financial assistance they need. In Ohio, our Structured Family Caregiving model is known as Shared Living (formerly Adult Foster Care or Adult Family Living).


What it takes to qualify for Caregiver Homes in Ohio

Caregivers and care recipients may be eligible for our program if they meet the following criteria:

The primary caregiver:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Cannot be the spouse or legal guardian of the person receiving care
  • Can be the legal guardian under the Adult Family Living option


The care recipient:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must be eligible for Medicaid
  • Must require help with one or more Activities of Daily Living, such as:
  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Walking
  • Transferring (helping get in/out of bed)
  • Toileting
  • Eating

Find out if Caregiver Homes is right for you, or to learn more, please contact us.



Ember Complete Care Home Health
1800 N. Water Street Ext.
Uhrichsville, OH 44683
(740) 922-6888

Started  by Lois Grandison and Dennis (Jock) Grandison, Ember Complete Care has been in business since Feb 1986. The business changed ownership in 2015 when purchased by Lindsey Preston.  Ember has proudly served Tuscarawas, Carroll, Coshocton and Holmes Counties as we have served over 7,500 patients, employed over 600 people and donated on average $75,000 each year back into the communities. 
 
We are a fully licensed and insured business and provide Skilled Nursing, Medication Compliance, Home Health Nurses Aides, Homemaking, Physical Therapy, Infusion Therapy, Private Duty and Wound Care to you or your loved ones in the comfort of your/their own home.

We accept; Medicare (we are Medicare certified), Medicaid, Ohio Home Care Waivers, Passport, Private Pay Private Insurance and DODD Waivers. 
 
Ember Complete Care's Philosophy is to care for our patients as we would our own family members, regardless of their age or illness.  Ember Complete Care believes that each patient has the right to quality services, administered by properly trained personnel, with excellence of care actively contributing to the health and well being of those we serve. Ember Complete Care makes it our priority to listen to your needs so we can individualize your plan of care.
 
We look forward to discussing your health care needs and the program options available to assist you to remain in your home.


Guernsey Residential
627 Steubenville Ave.
Cambridge, OH 43725
(740) 439-4271

The purpose of Guernsey Residential, Inc. is to make available to developmentally disabled individuals the opportunity to live as independently as possible by developing and operating community residential alternatives which provide training and assistance according to the individual's needs.

We currently serve 24 individuals in six licensed facilities. In order to promote a homelike atmosphere, our staff "live-in" the facilities, rotating a 7 days on/7 days off, schedule, thereby utilizing only two staff members per facility for this 24/7 service.

Not-for-profit, established in 1978 by families of individuals with developmental disabilities. We are governed by a nine-member volunteer Board of Trustees. 

Each of the six homes is licensed by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities. Quality Assurance Reviews are conducted by the Guernsey County Board of DD and Mid-East Ohio Regional Council.


Interim Healthcare of Cambridge
2146 Southgate Parkway
Cambridge, OH 43725
(740) 432-2966

Founded in 1966, Interim HealthCare Inc. is the nation's oldest health care franchise company. At the core of this longevity and success is a network of over 300 independently owned franchisees and their commitment to providing the most compassionate and professional care available in the communities they serve. 

With over 40,000 health care professionals across 43 states, Interim provide nurses, therapists, aides and other health care personnel to approximately 50,000 people annually.

Throughout our 50 year history, Interim’s mission has remained clear and consistent: to improve people’s lives by helping maintain their safety, independence, and dignity in an environment of mutual respect and compassion.

In concert with the mission, the following core values have guided Interim and serve as the framework for everything we say and do.

Integrity: We act openly and truthfully in all that we do and comply with laws and regulations.

Compassion: We care about others' needs.

Customer Focus: We value long-term relationships by being committed to listening, respecting and responding to our customers' needs.

Innovation: We find solutions and are resourceful in meeting customers' needs.

Financial Responsibility: We continue to grow and prosper to ensure long-term opportunities for our employees and customers.


Lomeda Services
1300 S. Main Street
Canton, OH 44720
(330) 244-8522

We are Lomeda Services aim to provide a Loving, Oriented, Mentoring Environment through Diversity and Achievement. We are defined by those we serve. We are not just a company, we are a family. 

Supported living services oriented to the needs of one to a few individuals in an apartment or house. Day Habilitation services providing a personalized work environment for the individuals we serve. Vocational Services provided through a diverse environment to the individuals we serve. We provide encouragement and education based on their personal needs, from growth in personal care tasks to preparing for work in the community.

  • Transportation for non-medical needs
  • Homemaker Personal Care and Daily Living Skills
  • Transportation for recreation/leisure, doctor's appointments, bank, and shopping.
  • Day Habilitation Activities: computer skills, cleaning contracts, productivity with sales, basic educational skills, recreation and social skills, field trips, paper shredding, volunteering to local organizations, crafts

Lomeda Services enjoys assisting individuals served in accessing community resources. We offer a variety of opportunities for individuals to participate in along with exploring new opportunities. 

Our individuals routinely participate in attending movies, bowling, eating out, movies, shopping, church services, vacations and sporting events. We also provide our individuals with safety, security and accountability of funds. We provide payee services, bill paying, money management and skill development training for money sills. 

We invite individuals, parents and guardians to learn more, call (330) 768-7102. 


Midwest Health Services
107 Tommy Henrich Dr. NW
Massolion, OH 44647
(330) 832-9582


Midwest was founded in 2000 by Joe and Kristine Knetzer to provide superior supports to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Today, Midwest Health provides needed supports to people in congregate settings and in their own homes. We are committed to listening to those we serve every day in order to maintain the highest level of care.

Our mission is to provide person-centered, community-based supports to people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities who choose our services. We maintain open lines of communication with those we serve and their families. We provide opportunities for people to establish nurturing relationships. We strive to be more than a provider of services; we are committed to being a valued asset to our community.


REM Ohio
1225 Woodlawn Ave., Suite 104
Cambridge, OH 43725
(740) 432-3371

For adults who want to earn money while participating more fully in community life, our Work Skill Development programs offer paid work opportunities that teach valuable workplace skills. Depending on each individual's interests and personal goals, opportunities may include:

  • Housekeeping - Adults learn to master housekeeping/janitorial skills such as window cleaning and upholstery care.
  • Lawn Maintenance - Supervised work crews learn skills such as weeding, mulching and planting flowers for homes and businesses in the community.
  • Woodworking - Individuals learn to design and build quality woodworking products for sale such as picnic tables and swings.
  • Office/Clerical - Adults learn to help them succeed in an office environment, such as computers and filing.
  • Light Assembly and Packaging - With on-site job coach support, adults build light industrial skills while learning skills such as safety and teamwork.
  • Entrepreneurship - Individuals develop small business skills through projects such as eBay stores and producing handmade crafts for sale.

ResCare HomeCare
67051 Executive Drive
Saint Clairsville, OH 43950
(740) 695-4931


ResCare has developed care management tools and programs that keep the individuals we serve safe, enhance independence, improve quality outcomes and lower health care costs. Our goal is to ensure every individual receives the right care – at the right time – in the safest environment possible.


RHDD
1517 Chestnut Street
Coshocton, OH 43812


RHDD (Residential Home for the Developmentally Disabled) provides supportive services enabling people to live comfortable, fulfilling lives at home. Both private housing and group homes are included in our services to clients with developmental disabilities.

RHDD is approved to access Federal Medicaid dollars under the OBRA Waiver and certified for the Individual Options Waiver, allowing people with disabilities to live in the setting of their choice. Our staff provides up to 24-hour assistance to encourage clients to achieve the highest quality of life possible.

RHDD will further reduce the demands of community living by accepting payee-ship for clients. This enables RHDD too pay bills and budget for clients. As payee, staff will encourage clients to participate in managing their money to the best of their capabilities.

Our clients may receive transportation for grocery shopping, attending recreational activities, and running personal errands. The RHDD fleet includes double wheelchair accessible vans and five passenger cars. Clients are also encouraged to access their own transportation throughout the community to increase their mobility and independence.



Shane's Place
61 North Markey Street, Suite 220
Logan, OH 43138
(740) 216-4333



Shane’s Place Promise is to provide nurturing care by dedicated and experienced associates committed to person-centered practices and have a desire to assist individuals in achieving their goals and living to their highest possible potential. Shane’s Place associates have extensive experience supporting people who have a history of significant and/or challenging behavior. Associates of Shane’s Place are certified to administer medications, advocate in support of personal interests and work closely with the person’s support team, the County Board and others important in their life to formulate the best possible supports and outcomes. We are committed to providing comprehensive care that enriches the lives of people with developmental disabilities.


Stepping Stones, Inc.
1745 North Water Street Ext.
Uhrichsville, OH 44683
(740) 922-4092

Welcome to Stepping Stones–a non-profit United Way Partner. 

Since 1963, Stepping Stones has been helping people with disabilities find pathways to independence that will improve their lives and enable them to be more fully participating members of their communities.

People with disabilities of all ages and their families come to Stepping Stones year-round for:

  • Fun
  • Friends
  • Learning New Skills
  • Enjoying the outdoors and sports
  • Respite and a caring community

Stepping Stones serves the entire family. Children’s programs are open to siblings and others with mild or no disabilities, creating integrated and inclusive programs that encourage family unity and meet parents’ scheduling needs. Teens and Adults learn new skills and make friends in programs especially for them. Day and overnight camps, weekend and evening programs and adult day services programs give families respite from constant care.

Attending Stepping Stones is affordable. More than 85% of our participants qualify for government or other financial assistance. There are also a limited number of scholarship available.

You’ll find a safe environment at Stepping Stones. All staff are required to have State and Federal fingerprints prior to working with individuals with disabilities. Every three years staff are re-fingerprinted. In addition, the HR department reviews everyone to see if they are located on the Nurse Abuse Registry or the Abuser Registry.  This occurs again prior to employment, and is updated yearly.

Our staff members are highly trained and experienced in working with people with disabilities. All staff are CPR and First Aid certified. Everyone on our programs staff receives at least eight hours of yearly training on behavior management, universal precautions, incidents adversely affecting health and safety, rights of people with developmental disabilities and overview of serving people with developmental disabilities.

Scenic pastoral settings await Stepping Stones’ participants at our four campuses in Southwestern Ohio.



TEAM Consutling
75244 Wintergreen Road
Lore City, OH 43755
(740) 489-5395


TEAM Consulting is a vendor for the Ohio Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation Services, Bureau of Workers Compensation, Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services and as private consultants. Our referrals of consumers come directly from them.

The population we serve ranges from high school students to adults with various disabilities. We have served individuals with physical disabilities, however, the majority of individuals we work with are developmentally disabled, mentally ill, or are learning disabled. Our time with each consumer varies depending on the services provided. We provide vocational services such Work Adjustment, Job Development, Job Coaching, Assessments, Job Shadowing and Follow-up/Support services based on the counselor's request.

The average case is active until they are successfully assessed, placed in employment and are given follow-up and support services for ninety (90) days after job placement. Some consumers are not provided the entire menu of services we offer as the services are based on need and their desires.