Respite Care Sample Clauses

Respite Care. When Hospice Care is provided primarily in the home, such care on a short-term Inpatient basis in a Medicare-certified Skilled Nursing Facility will also be covered when the Hospice considers such care necessary to relieve primary caregivers in the home.
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Respite Care short-term care for a terminally ill Member provided by a Facility Provider when necessary to relieve a person (caregiver) who is caring for the Member at home free of charge. 128. RETAIL CLINIC - a retail-based clinic that provides basic and preventive health care services seven (7) days a week, including evenings and weekends. A Retail Clinic is generally staffed by Certified Registered Nurses that diagnose and treat minor health problems and triage patients to appropriate levels of care.
Respite Care. Respite Care means a brief period of relief or rest from caregiving responsibilities.
Respite Care. Respite care is short- term care for a patient in order to pro- vide rest and change for those who have been caring for the patient at home, usually the patient’s family. Retiree. A member or former member of a Uniformed Service who is entitled to retired, retainer, or equivalent pay based on duty in a Uniformed Service. Routine eye examinations. The services rendered in order to determine the re- fractive state of the eyes.
Respite Care. This is care provided to give temporary relief to the family or other care givers in emergencies and from the daily demands for caring for a terminally ill covered person. Retail pharmacy A community pharmacy which has contracted with Aetna, an affiliate, or a third party vendor, to provide covered outpatient prescription drugs to covered persons.
Respite Care. 8.5.1 Clauses 8.1 to 8.3 shall not apply to a Respite Resident. For the avoidance of doubt, all other terms and conditions of this Agreement shall apply to a Respite Resident.
Respite Care. Home Sharers shall have no less than 2072 hours per year as unpaid respite care consisting of a minimum of 36 hours per week free of duty (1872 hours) and 200 hours for sick leave. See Appendix “2” and individual contracts for specific details related to each Home Sharer.
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Respite Care. 40. Within 30 days of the entry of this Settlement Agreement, AHCCCS shall add respite care to its list of covered services for Title XIX behavioral health services for children.
Respite Care short-term care for a terminally ill Member provided by a Facility Provider when necessary to relieve a person (caregiver) who is caring for the Member at home free of charge.
Respite Care. Respite Care means a brief period of relief or rest from caregiving responsibilities. , and is provided to caregivers on an intermittent, occasional, or emergency basis in a manner that responds to the individual needs and preferences of the Attachment A-243 caregivers and their care receivers, rather than a pre-established set amount offered on a “first come, first served” waiting list basis. CDA Unit of Service: 1 Hour (time includes service provision and related travel) Caregiver Respite In-Home Supervision means an FCSP Respite Care service that includes the provision of care receiver day and/or overnight supervision and friendly visiting by an appropriately skilled provider or volunteer in order to prevent wandering and health or safety incidents. Caregiver Respite Homemaker Assistance means an FCSP Respite Care service that includes the provision of care receiver assistance with meal preparation, medication management, using the phone, and/or light housework (along with care receiver supervision) by an appropriately skilled provider or volunteer. Caregiver Respite In-Home Personal Care means an FCSP Respite Care service that includes the provision of care receiver assistance with eating, bathing, toileting, transferring, and/or dressing (along with care receiver supervision and related homemaker assistance) by an appropriately skilled provider. Caregiver Respite Home Chore means an FCSP Respite Care service that includes an appropriately skilled provider or volunteer assisting a caregiver with heavy housework, yard work, and/or sidewalk and other routine home maintenance (but not structural repairs) associated with caregiving responsibilities. Caregiver Respite Out-of-Home Day Care means an FCSP Respite Care service where the care receiver attends a supervised/protective, congregate setting during some portion of a day, and includes access to social and recreational activities. Caregiver Respite Out-of-Home Overnight Care means an FCSP Respite Care service where the care receiver is temporarily placed in a supervised/protective, residential setting for one or more nights, and may include access to nursing and personal care.
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