Table 1

Categories of the Life Care PLAN

Evaluations: neuropsychology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, nutrition, recreational therapy, vocational assessment, audiology, vision, swallow studies
Therapeutic modalities: neuropsychology, psychology, social work, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, nutrition, recreational therapy
Educational assessment: special education, summer program
Vocational assessment: career guidance, career retraining, job coaching, supported work
Wheelchair needs: manual or power wheelchair, shower wheelchair
Aids for independent function: adaptive aids for the home, adapted clothing
Orthotics/prosthetics: brace, prosthesis
Orthopedic equipment needs: cane, walker, exercise equipment
Home furnishings and accessories: hospital bed, Hoyer lift, portable ramp
Medications: Prescription and nonprescription medications
Supplies: for the prosthesis, catheter, respirator, gastrostomy
Home care versus facility care: level of care determination
Medical care routine: multidisciplinary physicians (including psychiatry), labs, imaging
Medical care aggressive: hospitalization, invasive procedures
Architectural renovations: handicap accessibility
Transportation: adapted van, roadside assistance
Potential complications: risks that are present even with optimal medical and preventative care (This is included for information purposes and pricing is not generated for this category.)