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Whether you are looking for care for yourself or for a loved one, having a trusted ally present to advocate on your behalf every step of the way is key to receiving the best possible in-home care experience.

Best Pay. Best Resources. Best Care Services.

Personal care services are not one-size-fits-all. There are numerous home care agencies, varying levels of personal care, and a variety of funding sources available to cover expenses. In addition to all these choices, there’s a flurry of mandatory paperwork, timekeeping records, and legal requirements to keep track of. All these details can quickly become overwhelming and it can be hard to feel confident that you are making the right choices.

Whether you are looking for care for yourself or for a loved one, having a trusted ally present to advocate on your behalf every step of the way is key to receiving the best possible in-home care experience. From helping a family member become certified as a PCA in Minnesota to evaluating your eligibility for care assistance coverage, Best Care is here to help.


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Personal Care Services

The State of Minnesota has several programs designed to help older adults and individuals living with a disability remain in their community rather than relocating to a facility.
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Financial Management Services

Financial Management Services (FMS) are for people who want to self-direct their services through Consumer Directed Community Supports (CDCS) or the Consumer Support Grant (CSG).
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CFSS (Community First Services & Supports)

The Minnesota Department of Human Services is preparing to transition from personal care assistance (PCA) to community first services and supports (CFSS). 
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245D Basic Waivered Services

Best Care is a licensed provider of 245D basic services including Individualized Home Supports Without Training (IHS), Night Supervision, Homemaking, Respite and Individual Community Living Supports (ICLS).
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What You Need to Know About Paying for PCA services?

There are a number of resources available to assist you in paying for Personal Care Assistant (PCA) services and home care costs. Paying for PCA services is easier than you may think. In most cases, PCA services are a benefit for individuals covered through either the Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare Program. Individuals who do not qualify for medical assistance, however, may still qualify for PCA services under the Alternative Care Program.

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Who We Serve

Best Care serves families, Personal Care Assistants (PCAs), and individuals, who are seeking a career in caregiving. We proudly help these different groups by offering:

  • Guidance in choosing your ideal PCA program option
  • PCA training for friends or family, as well as employee resources
  • Support for PCA appeals, living wills, and other legal services
  • Valuable home care resources, including our PCA Self-Assessment
  • Assistance in transferring to Best Care from another agency

Services We Offer

We proudly offer the following home care services:

  • Senior Home Care Services
  • Pediatric Home Care Services
  • Behavioral Home  Care Services
  • Home Care Services for individuals living with physical and/or mental disabilities

Agency Licenses and Insurance Accepted

  • PCPO Provider
    (Traditional PCA Services)
  • PCA Choice Provider
    (Consumer Directed PCA Services)
  • Waivered Service Provider
    (Homemaking, Adult Companion, Night Supervision, Respite, IHS without training and ILS)
  • Financial Management Service Provider (FMS)
  • Medical Assistance, UCare, Medica, Blue Cross, South Country Health Alliance, IM Care, Health Partners
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Senior Home Care Services

PCA services for senior home care allows aging parents or grandparents to stay in their homes or community while still receiving the assistance they need.

Whether special consideration needs to be given to a physical limitation or a disease, such as Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, in-home care provides support for daily activities and community involvement.

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Adult Home Care Services

Adult 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 may also be provided outside the person's home when normal life activities take them away from home.

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Children Home Care Services

For children with special health needs or developmental delays, such as autism, in-home care offers the attention and devotion needed while allowing parents to take the time for other daily activities.

Unlike with seniors or adult children, parents and stepparents are not eligible to become certified as PCA for minors; however, siblings, grandparents, or other family members are eligible to work as paid family caregivers.

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