Proffesional Touch

As experts in our field and leaders in our industry, we’re committed to upholding the highest standard of service for all our consumers

Personal Approach

We take the time to get to know our Consumers and PA's, ensuring quality support to fit exactly what you need.


An educated consumer is the best way to manage your care. We will provide you with the tools. 

Eligibility Requirements

To participate in the consumer directed personal assistance program, an individual must meet the following eligibility requirements:

be eligible for medical assistance;

be eligible for long term care and services provided by a certified home health agency, long term home health care program or an AIDS home care program authorized pursuant to article 36 of the Public Health Law; or for personal care services or private duty nursing services;

have a stable medical condition;

be self-directing or, if non self-directing, have a designated representative;

need assistance with one or more personal care services, home health aide services or skilled nursing tasks;

be willing and able to fulfill the consumer's responsibilities specified in subdivision (g) of this section or have a designated representative who is willing and able to fulfill such responsibilities; 

and participate as needed, or have a designated representative who so participates, in the required assessment and reassessment processes specified in subdivisions (d) and (f) of this section.

Other Requirements
As of April 1, 2016, caregivers of Medicaid beneficiaries who are not “legally responsible” for the care and support of a Medicaid consumer may qualify for payment by becoming an Assistant to the Personal Assistance Program Consumer (CDPAP).

This determination refers to the parent of a child or adult (21 years of age or older) who may qualify as a CDPAP assistant if the following conditions apply:

 * As long as the caregiver is not also the “designated representative” for the Medicaid beneficiary.
  * The family member must live with the child or consumer because the amount of home care services that the Medicaid recipient requires makes the family member’s presence necessary.