FAQ

The next step is to contact our office by phone or email and an Abundant Living representative will schedule to meet with you and your loved one free of charge.

In most cases you can receive these services free of charge. However you must meet the following requirements:

Be a resident of the state you reside in.
Meet the financial requirements to receive Medicaid as determined by the Department of Human Services
Meet the medical criteria for level 1 nursing facility care. (Your doctor can provide you with this information)
Be an adult over the age of 21
Be able to receive services in the home at a cost less than that of institutional care
Have an identified caregiver (family member) available to assure your health, safety, and welfare.
An Abundant Living representative can assist you with this process.

As a member of the Choices program you do have the right to change service providers. You must contact your local Care Coordinator or Case Manager to start this process.

Abundant Living does extensive background checks to ensure that your loved one is safe and protected from any harm. We complete the following checks on all employees prior to employment:

Intense Interview Sessions Felony Offender Registry
Abuse Registry Out of State Probation and Parole Registry
Criminal/Misdemeanor State & Nationwide screenings OIG Fraud Prevention and Detection Search
Sex Offender Registry Drivers License Check
Car Insurance Check

You have the option of private payment through a Personal Check, Visa, or MasterCard. Our representatives can help you assess and determine what type of care best suits your needs at a cost you can afford.

Yes. We provide transportation service based on individualized needs. Our Abundant Living representative can assess your transportation needs during the assessment process.

No. The caregiver will not receive any payment from you. All professionals are paid from Abundant Living. As an employer all professionals are paid according to Federal Labor Laws to including all legal tax deductions.

Yes. You can and have the right to choose the gender of your caregiver.

All professionals are monitored on a monthly basis and as needed by the Quality Assurance Coordinator. The QA is responsible for ensuring that your loved one is being served and supported while having the highest possible care.

You can contact our office and a representative can assist you with the process to get started.

Have more questions? Feel free to contact us!