Services and Programs Providing Independence
Alleghenies Unlimited Care Providers’ approach to authorized service delivery has been shaped by Pennsylvania State Regulations and the licensure agency of the Pennsylvania Department of Health. It has been guided by the shared vision of consumers, Board of Directors, and AUCP staff to meet the goals of continuity, quality service, accessibility, independence and community inclusion for the disabled population.
Unlimited Care serves hundreds of consumers across all programs in 13 validated counties: Cambria, Blair, Bedford, Somerset, Indiana, Huntington, Westmoreland, Fayette, Clearfield, Franklin, Fulton, Armstrong, Allegheny, Elk, Juniata, Centre, Clarion, and Clinton.
In-Home Personal Care
Our caregivers are highly trained to meet all state and federal requirements, providing services based on the needs and preferences of the individual. Whether it’s one hour a day, three days a week or 24-hour daily in-home service… we are available!
The Pennsylvania Department of Health
defines ‘Home Care Services’ as the following:
- Assistance with self-administered medications
- Personal care such as assistance with personal hygiene, dressing and feeding
- Homemaking such as assistance with household tasks housekeeping, shopping, meal planning and preparation and transportation
- Respite care such as assistance and support provided to the family; and
- Other non-skilled services
- Independence Waiver
- OBRA Waiver
- Attendant Care Program
- Act 150
- Home and Community Based Waiver
- Consolidated Waiver
Community Living Arrangements
Alleghenies Unlimited Care Providers currently operates three Community Living Arrangements in Cambria County: Ashdale, Lindbergh, and Liedy. All of our individual residents are offered experiences or activities of daily living, decision making, and social and emotional growth that encourage them to take charge of their lives with help available when needed. Community integration is an essential component of the program and activities are designed around individual preferences. AUCP strives to reinforce the idea of “Every Day Lives” as developed by the state Office of Developmental Programs.
Our caregivers are highly trained to meet all state and federal requirements, providing services based on the needs and preferences of the individual.
Whether it’s one hour a day, three days a week or 24-hour daily in-home service…
we are available!
• Personal Assistance Service (PAS)
• Personal Care
Private Pay care and services with individual contracts, or through third party payers; such as, long term care insurance or trusts, can also be arranged.
Consumer Activity Program- “Ability Works”
Ability Works is geared toward improving self-image, increasing opportunities for social situations, growing consumer confidence, and giving back to the community through civic engagement.
• Fishing Picnic
• Photography Workshop and Art Display
•Journey Bag Project
• Bee Farm Visit
• Flight 93 Memorial Visit
• Horse Farm
• Internet Security Workshop
• Guide Dog Presentation
Our Consumer Activities Specialist is currently utilizing an individual education and personal achievement model of programming to promote individual growth in the areas of civic engagement, quality of life, financial stability, personal safety, and individual well being. Outcomes are tracked through individual surveys, group discussion, and individual interviews.
Ability Works is open to the public and encourages new members!
AUCP offers transportation options to specific waivered participants, in addition to other contracts, through community service providers. The AUCP fleet includes seven specially designed vans, which ensure accessibility for individuals of any ability.
In Need of Assistance?
Our caregivers are highly trained to meet all state and federal requirements.
Whether it’s one hour a day, three days a week or 24-hour daily in-home service… we are available!