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A Helping Hand  HCS accepts many different payments including:

Private Pay,
Long Term Care Insurance,
Medicaid Including -
  • Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS),
  • Star Kids and Star Plus program with United Healthcare,
  • Amerigroup,
  • Molina,
     and others​

A Helping Hand
Home Care Service


We understand that even the most caring individual cannot be available at all times for their loved ones.
Our caregivers provide that additional care in the home, retirement facility or even the hospital.
We are uniquely qualified to help families with the elder care needs. Improving the quality of life for you and your loved one.​

To meet with one of our dedicated staff and to see how we can provide help to you or your loved ones, please book a
consultation meeting with us!
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To see if you qualify for state assistance or to apply for benefits, visit:
Errands &
Personal Hygiene
Companionship &
Arrange & Escort
to Appointments
Bathing & Dressing
Alzheimer's &
Dementia Care
Meal Preparation
& Cleanup
And Many Other Services Provided!
Respite Care

Many families don't consider taking care of an older or disabled loved one a burden. Rather it is part of a cycle of caring that began with their own parents taking care of them.

However, it can take a toll on a caregiver's physical and emotional health if they don't get an occasional break.

Respite means having someone else look after your loved one while you take a break.

Protective Supervision

Protective Supervision is a supportive service for people who, due to a physical or mental disability need to be observed at times during the day or night to protect them from injuries, hazards or accidents

The purpose of protective supervision is to assure the health and welfare of a member with a cognitive impairment, memory impairment or physical weakness. Protective supervision is authorized by the MCO, and assures supervision of the member during instances in which the member’s informal support is unavailable.


Habilitation coordination funded by Medicaid provides assistance for an individual to access appropriate specialized services necessary to achieve a quality of life and level of community participation which is acceptable to the individual and legally authorized representative on the individual’s behalf.

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