Live Scan What is Live Scan Fingerprinting?
Livescan fingerprinting is the process of capturing fingerprints electronically with our advanced live scan machine. With live scan fingerprinting, there is no ink or card. Your fingerprints are "rolled" across a glass plate and scanned. It is faster, cleaner, and more accurate than the old ink and roll method.
A percentage of the population have hard to read fingerprints, which can be affected by age or exposure to work, such as construction or harsh cleaning, or other chemicals. Our state-of-the-art equipment and highly trained staff are able to maximize the quality of fingerprint images obtained, which reduces the likelihood of illegible fingerprints and will reduce the overall application processing time. The fingerprints are then submitted to a specific state or federal agency to process.
Supported Living Coaching
Supported living coaching services provide training and assistance, in a variety of activities, to recipients who live in their own homes or apartments. These services are provided by a qualified, supported living coach to a recipient residing in a living setting meeting the requirements set forth in Rule 65G-5.004, FAC, and can include assistance with locating appropriate housing; the acquisition, retention, or improvement of skills related to activities of daily living, such as personal hygiene and grooming; household chores; meal preparation; shopping; personal finances; and the social and adaptive skills necessary to enable recipients to reside on their own.
Life Skills Development – Level 1 (Companion)
Life Skills Development – Level 1 (Companion) services consist of non-medical care, supervision, and socialization activities provided to adults (recipients of age 21 and older). This service must be provided in direct relation to the achievement of the recipient's goals per the recipient's support plan. The service provides access to community-based activities that cannot be provided by natural or other unpaid supports and should be defined as activities most likely to result in increased ability to access community resources without paid support. Life Skills Development – Level 1 (Companion) services can be scheduled on a regular, long-term basis.
Life Skills Development – Level 2 (Supported Employment)
Life Skills Development – Level 2 (Supported Employment) services provide training and assistance to support recipients in job development and sustaining paid employment at or above minimum wage unless the recipient is operating a small business. This service can be performed on a full-time or part-time basis and at a level of benefits paid by the employer for the same or similar work performed by trained non-disabled recipients. The provider assists with the acquisition, retention, or improvement of skills related to accessing and Developmental Disabilities Individual Budgeting Medicaid Waiver coverage and Limitations Handbook 4-6 Draft Proposed Rule December 2012 maintaining such employment or developing and operating a small business.
Personal Supports Services
Personal supports services provide assistance and training to the recipient in activities of daily living, such as in the areas of eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, and preparation of meals. When specified in the support plan, this service can also include housekeeping chores, such as bed making, dusting, and vacuuming, and assistance to do laundry, shopping, and cooking, which are incidental to the care furnished, or which are essential to the health and welfare of the recipient rather than the recipient's family.
Respite care is a service that provides supportive care and supervision to recipients under the age of 21 when the primary caregiver is unable to perform the duties of a caregiver. This service is generally used due to a brief planned or emergency absence or when the primary caregiver is available but temporarily physically unable to care for or supervise the recipient for a brief period of time. Respite care is not intended to be used as after-school care or supplement personal care assistance when daily limits for personal care assistance are exceeded.
Personal Care Assistance (PCA)
Personal care assistants provide routine health and personal care support and assistance with activities of daily living to consumer 21-and younger with physical impairments or disabilities in private homes, nursing care facilities, and other residential settings.
Please visit Toria's Group Homes Website to find out more.
Toria's Group Homes are located in safe neighborhoods throughout Tampa Bay and are designed to serve people with disabilities in need of continued support for daily living. Our homes assist adults with minor to moderate behavioral and medical needs. We also assist abused or neglected youths, developmentally disabled, and those with chronic mental issues. Each home is equipped with 24-hour staff, giving residents the opportunity for continued skill training and increased independence. We have two group homes for adult women, located in Brandon and Tampa, with immediate availability. We also provide transportation, respite, residential habilitation, non-residential supports, and services, supported living coach, and behavior assistant.
Attending Physicians Available
Medication Management Assistance
3 Nutritional Meals and Snacks Daily
Shower and Bathing Assistance
Laundry Service Assistance
Linen Changing Assistance
Local Phone Service
Social Coordinator and Activities
Emergency Call System
And Much More…
We tailor our services to fit your individual needs and preferences. As your needs may change, we are there to provide the assistance you require.
What is Assisted Living?
Assisted Living combines housing and supportive health care services for those who cannot or prefer not to live alone and do not need the 24-hour skilled medical care of a nursing home. It is specifically designed to provide assistance to those who still want their independence but needs help with activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing, and medication supervision.
Assisted Living facilities are often deemed necessary when the person in question is sometimes confused or is experiencing memory problems. Assisted Living bridges the gap between the independence of retirement living and the total reliance upon long-term nursing care and promotes maximum privacy, security, respect, and, most of all, independence.
The following is the contact information that will assist you with the types of financial assistance we accept:
VA Aid & Attendance: +1 (800) 850-5504
Medicaid Diversion Program: +1 (813) 631-5300
Citrus Health Care (Tango Plan): +1 (866) 769-1158
American Eldercare: +1 (866) 383-6663
Amerigroup: +1 (813) 830-6900