Special Care

Home Support Services (IHSS)

Available in Colorado

IHSS is a Colorado Medicaid program (https://hcpf.colorado.gov/in-home-support-services) that allows qualified families the option to select a relative or other chosen person to perform health maintenance services for a child in the home.

As a Medicaid-certified agency, Thrive SPC will:

  • Provide resources and help you determine if your child qualifies.
  • Employ and train IHHS attendants, giving them access to benefits like health insurance, life insurance, 401k, and more.
  • Reimburse attendants for orientation.
  • Cover the costs of mandatory screening (TB and background check).
  • Provide comprehensive training on electronic charting with a company iPad.
  • Offer ongoing 24/7 support from our amazing clinical team!

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nurse reading a book to little girl

Parent CNA

Available in Colorado

In Colorado, a parent–or other designated family member–of a disabled child can become a Certified Nursing Aide (CNA) qualified for compensation from the state.

Consider working with Thrive SPC to care for your child; we will support you every step of the way! We will:

  • Do a FREE pediatric assessment to determine if you qualify–no strings attached.
  • Pay up to $1,350 of your CNA program costs at the school of your choice.
  • Reimburse you for orientation.
  • Cover the costs of mandatory screening (TB and background check).
  • Provide comprehensive training on electronic charting with a company iPad.
  • Offer ongoing 24/7 support from our amazing clinical team!

LHA (Licensed Health Aide)

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Available in Arizona

In April of 2022, the Board of Nursing and Arizona State Medicaid approved a new Family Caregiver program known as the Family Licensed Health Aide (FLHA) Program to support families with children in the Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS) who have skilled needs. The program provides a path for qualified family caregivers to become licensed and paid to provide some skilled care (e.g., bathing, grooming, meal prep, oral and nail care, medication administration, tracheoscopy care, G-Tube Feeding, and range of motion exercises) to their children aged 21 or younger.

This program will improve access to and quality of care for medically fragile children by allowing their family members to become licensed caregivers, operating under the supervision of a registered nurse.

Thrive SPC will train and pay you to be a part of your child’s care team at home. We would love to help get you started and guide you throughout the process of becoming a Licensed Health Aide.

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Benefits at Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care

Benefits, Incentives, and Recognition

  • Comprehensive benefits available for those working 30 hours or more, including PTO, medical, dental, and vision; company-paid life insurance; and Fidelity 401K
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Benefit HUB employee discounts
  • Employee referral bonuses

Training and Technology

  • Job-specific training and mentoring
  • In-home iPads for every case
  • eCharting using KanTime
  • Virtual and in-person clinical and skills training
  • Education library for sharing with families