We are here for you. BWP's goal is to help individuals live independently. Our employees have the ability to serve a wide range of client needs. Simply, choose the service that best suits your needs. Client care is our objective!
Adult Foster Care Our specialized adult foster care homes provide room and board 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Complete care is offered along with daily living activities including, but not limited to, personal care, companionship, meals, and transportation.
Community Supported Living The desire for independent living can often be overshadowed by fear of the unknown or a lack of confidence. A little extra help is often all that is needed to live a safe and fulfilling life at home. Best Way Providers can assist with menu planning, grocery shopping, medications, personal hygiene, transportation and many other daily living activities. We make the transition to independent living much easier.
Respite Care This is short-term, temporary care designed to give the primary caregiver a reprieve. Many families take pride and joy in providing care to their loved ones so that they can remain at home. The physical, emotional and financial consequences for the caregiver can be tremendous. Caregivers who take a break from the stresses of daily routines can help prevent incidents of neglect or possibly abuse. Respite care is an important resource for caregivers, who can easily become stressed and suffer from burnout.
Our staff will care for individuals of all ages who have mental and/or physical disabilities or a chronic illness. We will provide supportive and crisis intervention services to consumers, provide a range of basic services, including help with bathing, dressing and grooming. BWP staff can also help with home management tasks such as grocery shopping and preparing meals, as well as transportation needs.
If you care for a loved one with special needs, but need some help, please complete the form below.
Guardians may also use this form to submit any questions and/or concerns regarding a client we currently serve.
Federal law requires that all individuals receiving home care services be informed of their rights as a patient. Please review the Patient Bill of Rights the National Association for Home Care (NAHC) has developed, based on the patient rights currently enforced by law.