PAI does not provide staffing for Night Supervision. Instead, we work with you to hire the worker of your choice. This could be a family member, friend, or other natural support from your community. If you do not already have someone in mind, you can follow these tips and tools to find a Support Worker.
Night Supervision is overnight assistance and supervision provided by a staff in the person’s own home when the person has an assessed need in one of the following areas:
- Implementation of the person’s positive support programming and transition plans.
- Reinforcement of skill development supports (e.g., individualized home supports).
- Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs).
- Assistance with instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs).
Night supervision cannot be used as a preventative or assumptive safety service. This means that it cannot be used to simply monitor the person overnight to make sure they are safe. The person must have an assessed need for assistance in one of the areas listed above. It also cannot be used to pay a caregiver who lives in the home as asleep staff. A person cannot receive night supervision services for more than 12 hours in a 24-hour period.
Contact PAI to learn more about our Night Supervision program and start the admissions process.