Live Life Therapy Solutions (LLTS)

Address:
8100 Penn Ave S, Ste 137. Bloomington, MN. 55431
Phone:
952-921-8334
Point of Contact:
Sue Redepenning. President of LLTS; Program Director TFH
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Address:
8100 Penn Ave S, Ste 137. Bloomington, MN. 55431
Phone:
952-921-8334
Point of Contact:
Sue Redepenning. President of LLTS; Program Director TFH
Visit Website

Live Life Therapy Solutions (LLTS)

Address:
8100 Penn Ave S, Ste 137. Bloomington, MN. 55431
Phone:
952-921-8334
Point of Contact:
Sue Redepenning. President of LLTS; Program Director TFH
Visit Website

LLTS consultants in the T4H grant work in partnership with DHS Disability Services to serve all counties in MN. Consultants and employees are occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech therapists who have completed additional certification in equipment fittings, home accessibility, assistive technology and low vision. Our top priority is to keep persons living in the home of their choice. We strive to present customized solutions that fit both the individual and their home. We can also provide group education or meet with individuals in the community, for discussion and support.

Individuals do not need to be considered home bound or change their daily habits or routines to qualify for our assistance. Individuals need to have MN MA and be eligible for a MN waiver or have home and community services (like PCA). Solutions we can offer are focused on assistive technology, durable equipment, and home modification. Assistive technology refers to items that offer consistent, long-term help to make daily tasks easier.

The T4H grant does not pay for equipment. Consultants work with insurance, and with MA and waivers, and alternative funding to get equipment paid. Examples of physical items include: vision magnifier, Ring doorbell, medication dispenser, lift recliner, shower chair, ramp, walker, wheelchair, etc. Home mod can include installation of grab bars, ramps, handrails by stairs, bidets, bathroom safety, stair lifts, etc. Examples of set up and training can include “smart tech”, such as enlarged icons and simpler touch screens on phones, using your voice to turn on/off lights, using alexa for calendar reminders and calls, etc.

Categories:

  • Disability
  • Economic
  • Physical

Type:

Program

  • None