Self-Directed Home Health Care
For Nevada Families
BURD Home Health empowers families as a leading provider of Self-Directed PCS, a Nevada State Medicaid program that allows consumers to enjoy the freedom of choosing their own caregiver such as a family member or friend!
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Intermediary Service Organization
A "Intermediary Service Organization" helps consumers & caregivers navigate self-directed care and handles pay from the state to caregivers.
Dedication & Promise
We promise to get you the help you need! Each case is assigned a dedicated relationship manager who is highly trained and motivated to answer any questions you may have!
As a family-owned business, we understand and empathize with your needs. We empower families to take charge of their own care!
As a Fiscal Intermediary, we rank among the best in terms of competitive pay and benefits!
Relationship Managers work individually with you to help facilitate enrollment and answer any ongoing questions.
Driven By Technology
Through the ease of technology, we rely strongly on sound communication which is a vital part of the program's success.
HOW WE DIFFER
Self-Directed PCS: Personal Care Services Program
SELF-DIRECTED HOME HEALTH CARE THROUGH NEVADA STATE MEDICAID
Learn about who can participate as a caregiver. BURD Home Health helps both consumers and caregivers enroll in Self-Directed PCS.
An adult child of the consumer
A friend/relative of the consumer
The spouse of the consumer
A parent of a consumer under 21
Because Self-Directed PCS is a state-funded home health program, there are a few eligibility requirements, learn about them below.
The consumer (person needing care) is actively enrolled in Medicaid
The consumer (person needing care) is a NV resident & 18+
The consumer (person needing care) needs assistance with daily activities
Earning The Trust of the Families We Serve
"If I have questions [BURD] is always there to answer them & if my client who I take care of has any questions they answer her questions as well. BURD Home Health cares about me and the work I put in. I'm very happy being a caregiver for BURD Home Health."
Gemini T. | Caregiver
COMMON CAREGIVER DUTIES
Q: Do I need special certifications to become a caregiver?
A: Yes, there is a mandated 16-hour paid virtual training course and an additional 8 hours of continuing education annually + CPR Certification. BURD Home Health also conducts background checks.
Earn Up To $12.50/hr!
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