Cerebral palsy of massachusetts pca forms

Cerebral palsy of massachusetts pca forms exists to provide a continuum of services that support the efforts of children and adults with disabilities to live as independently as possible in a less restrictive and safer environment. Through personal involvement, individual decision making is supported and encouraged to enhance the control a person has over his/her own life while fostering self-sufficiency.

The agency, through its programs and services encourages the inclusion of people with disabilities into the mainstream of society including social, recreational, family and work activities.

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Cerebral palsy of massachusetts pca forms

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The Fiscal Intermediary Program makes frequently used forms available from this location.
The Personal Care Attendant (PCA) Program is a MassHealth program that assists people with long-term disabilities live at home independently. This is a consumer-directed program, which provides personal care services for people with disabilities.

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Through our PCA Program, the Options program serves about 3,500 individuals living in Massachusetts, including Cape Cod and the Islands. This program serves people of all ages, disabilities and backgrounds. Options has staff who speak Spanish, Portuguese, Cape Verdean Creole, Arabic, Russian, and English.

Personal Care Attendants are hired, trained and supervised by the person with the disability (consumer). PCAs do not work for OPTIONS, or any other agency – they work for the consumer. As the employer, a consumer chooses who to hire, sets up a PCA schedule and trains PCAs to meet his or her own personal needs. PCAs are paid based on timesheets that are sent to the Fiscal Intermediary.

If the consumer cannot independently manage his or her PCA program, the consumer may have the help of a surrogate. The surrogate is often a family member but may be any other person identified by the consumer who has the ability to manage the program.

For the Official Website of the Personal Care Attendant Quality Home Care Workforce Council please click here http://www.mass.gov/pca/

PCAs can help with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as:

  • mobility/transfers
  • passive range of motion
  • taking medications
  • bathing or grooming
  • dressing or undressing
  • eating
  • toileting

PCAs can also help with Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) such as:

  • laundry
  • shopping
  • housekeeping
  • meal preparation and clean-up
  • transportation to medical appointments
  • maintaining adaptive equipment


If a consumer needs help at night, such as for repositioning or toileting etc., PCA time can be approved for Night Attendant services.
PCA time is NOT approved for:

  • babysitting
  • recreation
  • advocacy
  • cueing, prompting, guiding or coaching
  • supervision
  • safety


Cerebral palsy of massachusetts pca forms


Payrolland tax filing and reporting are usually handled by the Fiscal Intermediary, although some consumers do choose to handle this function themselves. PCAs are covered by Workers Compensation and Unemployment Insurance. [banner_abajo]

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