Our Personal Care Workers are dedicated to helping our clients live comfortably and safely at home. Personal Care Workers (PCWs) in Colorado are trained professionals who provide non-medical assistance to individuals with disabilities, chronic illnesses, or other conditions that limit their ability to perform daily activities.
A Personal Care Worker can help with daily activities such as:
PCWs may also provide companionship and emotional support to their clients. It is important to note that PCWs in Colorado are not licensed healthcare professionals and cannot perform medical tasks such as administering medication or providing wound care.
The need for assistance in daily living is not always obvious. People with health conditions, disabilities, or age-related conditions may need assistance with daily tasks in order to maintain their independence.
A Personal Care Worker (PCW) can help people with these challenges stay out of the hospital, nursing home, or other facility and remain safely in their homes.
People living with the following conditions may benefit from having a PCW:
Physical disabilities: paralysis, amputation, or chronic pain
Cognitive disabilities: dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, or intellectual disabilities
Chronic illnesses: multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, etc.
Mental health conditions: such as depression or anxiety
Developmental disabilities: such as Down syndrome or cerebral palsy
Life-limiting illnesses: cancer, ALS, end-stage kidney disease, etc.
Age-related conditions: frailty or mobility issues associated with aging
The benefits of having a PCW include:
Andrea’s Angels Inc. provides Personal Care Worker services under the Elderly, Blind and Disabled (EBL) waiver program to its Colorado Medicaid clients.