Confidential counseling services are available in our private office setting located in the Heritage Executive Campus in Montgomeryville. Our office, which is located on the Route 309 corridor, is also easily accessible by public transportation. Our services include:
- Individual Counseling
- Marital Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Stress Reduction
- Bereavement Support
- Assessment and support for children and adolescent emotional or behavioral problems
- Psychological Evaluation
- Psychiatric Evaluation
- Medication Management
For your convenience, OMNI employs bi-lingual counselors. When you call to schedule an appointment, tell us if you speak Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, or Kannada.
AUTISM WAIVER- BEHAVIORAL SUPPORT AND RESPITE SERVICES
What is the Autism Waiver?
Waiver is a statewide program of services designed
specifically to meet the needs and profile of people 21
years of age and older with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Who is eligible?
eligible for the Autism Waiver individuals need to:
Have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Be 21 years of age or older at time of application
Live in Pennsylvania
Meet financial and functional eligibility
|Behavioral Support Services:
This service provides support to people with behaviors that make it
difficult for them to be active in their community and to live at
home, including behaviors that may be disruptive or destructive.
This service also includes creating a
Crisis Intervention Plan. The Crisis Intervention Plan explains how
to help the participant if he or she is going into a crisis.
Everyone who is in regular contact with the participant who gets
this service should know how to use the Crisis Intervention Plan.
The BSS agency has someone available 24 hours/day, 7 days/week to
help if a participant goes into crisis. An example of Behavioral
Specialist service is the development of a plan to teach a
participant to ask for a break from an activity when they need one.
A Behavioral Specialist provides this service. The Behavior
Specialist has training in how to understand why a person may be
The Behavioral Specialist creates a plan called the Behavioral
Support Plan. The Behavioral Support plan helps everyone who is
in regular contact with the waiver participant to support him or
her. This service includes training family members and providers
in how to support the participant and teach him or her skills to
be more independent.
The BSS works closely with the
Supports Coordinator to make sure that other services are
provided according to the Behavioral Support Plan.
gives a participant’s unpaid caregiver a short break from
caretaking duties when the caregiver is unable to do so because
of unusual circumstances.
This service may
be provided in or out of the participant’s home.
assistance in completing Activities of Daily Living (ADLs
include bathing, dressing, and eating, or doing housework,
managing money, and cooking).
service provider must try to follow the participant’s
regular schedule of activities.
The use of respite
can be any combination of in-home or out-of-home respite, as
long as the cost is not more than $6,000 during the
Individual Support Plan year.
of the use of respite is when a caregiver has jury duty and must
be out of the house for a few hours at a time they would usually
be home, or needs to be away overnight to attend to a family
Wrap Around Services for Children and Adolescents
A team of professionals, specializing in working with troubled children and teens, will provide in-home therapy and support services to your family. This program is designed for children and adolescents who are experiencing behavioral and emotional problems at home or at school. The professional team will work with your family to develop a detailed plan to address problem behaviors and nurture the natural skills and abilities of your child.
OMNI Home Health Care Inc.,
Home is where the Heart is... Our focus is to keep you or your loved ones at home, where the heart is, in order to avoid:
- loss of friends and possessions
- loss of independence and freedom
- loss of spirit which is drained by the battles of daily living
Our caring service makes it possible for the elderly to maintain as much independence as possible, by providing the appropriate in home assistance and companionship. In that way we lift spirits not only of the elderly, but of the family caregivers as well.
Omni home health care services is dedicated to helping seniors live confidently and age gracefully in their own homes for as long as possible. We chose to make a positive difference in the lives of mature adults and their families who love them.Omni team will perform its collective duties with confidence, concern, commitment, cheerfulness, and care. We will treat every contact as a friend, every client as family and perform every task with honor.
OMNI has always held the philosophy that it is in business to provide the best care possible to seniors as well as others who need in home care while giving total respect to the care giving staff. It is OMNI’s belief that OMNI home care services have the very best in training and support so that elderly clients will receive top quality care wherever the need exists.
Omni Home Health Care is a privately owned, Pennsylvania State Department of Health Licensed Home Care Services Agency. Our staff is carefully selected and trained to provide a wide range of services.
Supervised by our RN Clinical Managers, can provide personal care to you or your loved one, including bathing, dressing, ambulation, and simple physical exercises.
Our additional non-medical support services can also assist with household management, companionship, and respite care.
Homemakers help you or your loved one with errands and household management, such as meal planning and preparation, and general housekeeping, to ensure a clean, safe, and orderly environment.
Companions focus on well-being and provide social interaction, physical activities, and cognitive stimulation through recreation, escorts to appointments, and more.
24-hour live-in companions are also available to provide support for primary caregivers who may need time to tend to their own needs.
- Offer elderly companionship and conversation
- Provide respite care
- Monitor diet and eating
- Check food expirations
- Assist with evening and tuck-in
- Stimulate mental awareness
- Assist with entertaining
- Answer the door
- Reminisce about the past
- Assist with clothing selection
- Care for houseplants
- Provide reminders for appointments
- Discuss current and historical events
- Participate in crafts
- Play games and cards
- Supervise home maintenance
- Record and arrange recipes
- Oversee home deliveries
- Prepare grocery lists
- Clip coupons for shopping
- Monitor TV usage
- Mail bills and letters
- Buy magazines, papers and books
- Rent and play movies
- Plan visits, outings and trips
- Visit neighbors and friends
- Read religious materials
- Maintain calendar
- Maintain family scrapbook
- Record family history
Home Helper Services
- Provide Alzheimer's Care
- Assist with laundry and ironing
- Take out garbage
- Aid with morning and wake-up
- Arrange appointments
- Provide medication reminders
- Aid with reading
- Assist with walking
- Write letters and correspondence
- Organize mail
- Change linens
- Plan, prepare and clean up meals
- Make beds
- Dust furniture
- Drop off and pick up dry cleaning
- Pick up prescriptions
- Organize and clean closets
- Assist with pet care
- Shop for groceries and supplies
- Prepare future meals
- Escort to appointments
- Accompany to lunch or dinner
- Escort for shopping and errands
- Attend plays and concerts
- Escort to religious services
- Attend club meetings and sporting events
- Aid with airport tasks
- Cognitive impairment
- Medication reminders
If you or a family member needs service or has any questions, please call us at (215) 997-2000.
At OMNI, our clients receive quality services from the staff person caring for them, as well as a number of important support services, including:
- Clinical and Administrative staff on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including holidays.
- Replacement personnel available to work when the regularly assigned staff person is off duty.
- Ongoing in-service education programs to ensure that staff has access to the most up-to-date information and skills.