Getting Started

Our mission is to provide patient with the quality of care that enables them to live happier, healthier lives at home. The physical, emotional and lifestyle adjustments brought on by maturing is challenging enough. Our services are distinguished by the caliber of our caregivers, the responsiveness of our staff and our expertise in Live-in care. We embrace a positive, balanced approach to aging centered on the evolving needs of our patient. Think of us as part of your care team, an extension of your family.

Getting Home Health Services

We share your same health goals at Mark Your Home Health Care. We understand the stress involved in frequent hospital visits. We’ll work with you and your care team to develop a comprehensive home care plan to assist with managing your health and/or recovery, keeping you at home and close to your loved ones.

Sometimes patients may get overwhelmed with the different and sometimes changing rules, regulations and paperwork involved in setting up home health services. Your quality care and ease of mind is most important to us. Our experienced Professionals and care team are trained to educate and help you fully understand the different regulations, changes and services that are involved in setting up and providing care for you.

Check to see which program you may qualify for:

Personal care assistance services help a person with day-to-day activities in their home and community. PCAs help people with activities of daily living, health-related procedures and tasks, observation and redirection of behaviors and instrumental activities of daily living for adults. Personal care assistance services

  1. Enroll with Medical Assistance (MA), MinnesotaCare expanded benefitsAlternative Care Program or a waiver program.
  2. Request a PCA assessment from your local county agency or tribe  or  (PDF) or your health plan member services to see if you eligible to receive PCA services.
  3. Make decisions about your care or have someone to make decisions for you.
  4. Provide for your own health and safety or have a responsible party that is able to do so.
  5. Live in a home or apartment, not in an institution.
  6. Meet access criteria.

Minnesotans with disabilities or chronic illnesses who need certain levels of care may qualify for the state’s home and community-based waiver programs.
Home and community-based service waivers

Home care provides medical and health-related services and assistance with day-to-day activities to people in their home. It can be used to provide short-term care for people moving from a hospital or nursing home back to their home, or it can also be used to provide continuing care to people with ongoing needs.
Home care services