Horizon Place, Inc.
Community Living Assistance (CLA)
Horizon Place Senior Housing
510 Commerce Dr, Le Center, MN, 56057
Distance: 0 Miles
Services and support to assist a person to maintain their community living status, rather than having to move to a facility.
About This Location
Community Living Assistance (CLA) services include assistance in the following areas:
* Basic living and social skills
* Household management
* Health maintenance cueing to ensure a person follows treatments according to orders
* Monitor overall well-being, such as check-ins, etc.
* Problem solving
Services can be provided:
* In the person's home or place of employment
* In community settings typically used by the general public
* Over the phone when the person needs help problem solving
A provider can consult face-to-face or by remote communication such as the telephone or Internet. Either the person or the staff member can initiate contact. Face-to-face contact by the provider must occur at least once every three months unless indicated more frequently in the person's support plan.
This service is designed to supplement existing supports and services, not supplant or duplicate existing supports and services or those available through other funding sources.
Area Served by County
- Le Sueur County
- Essential Community Supports (ECS)
People must meet eligibility criteria for the Essential Community Supports (ECS) program to receive this service.
People are assessed through the Long-Term Care Consultation (LTCC) or MnCHOICES assessment tools and determined to be eligible by certified assessors.
There are no fees associated with this service or with the ECS program as a whole.
Le Sueur County
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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YB-8000Older Adults Definition
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