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Personal care assistance
Personal care assistance services help a person with day-to-day activities in their home and community. PCAs help people with activities of daily living, health-related procedures and tasks, observation and redirection of behaviors and instrumental activities of daily living for adults. It is available to eligible people enrolled in a Minnesota Health Care Program.
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The DHS Office of Inspector General accepts tips and complaints about potential fraud, waste and abuse in Minnesota Department of Human Services programs. More information is available How to report fraud.
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