Raah Nissi Home Care - Yahweh's Helping Hands - Nebraska AD Waiver Provider

Honoring Fathers and Mothers and loving our neighbors as we love ourselves, until the former things have passed away. -Rev 21:4

Getting over a particular injury or need some home care from a certified practitioner? Our team of professionals have made themselves readily available to take on any health related matter you might need. At Raah Nissi Home Care, our caregivers are here to provide a wide range of home health services and offer efficient medical services without sacrificing quality. Contact us today and learn more about all of our home health care options.


P-31 Inc. features Raah Nissi Home Care (an AD Waiver Provider)

Yahweh's Helping Hands Bringing High Quality Care to You

P-31 is a non-profit faith based organization build around the scripture Proverbs 31:1-31. Own and operated by the McCroy family, The wife and President of the organization is driven solely by the mission of "speaking up in behalf of the speechless; defending the rights of all who are perishing... and the lowly and the poor. Raah Nissi is trademarked as a DBA name to establish comfort in the clients that we serve. Because Jehovah is our Shepard and our banner of love. P-31 is the provider name with the League of Human Dignity of Nebraska. 

Raah Nissi Home Care is the most reliable and trustworthy Home Health Care Service service in the greater Omaha area — providing excellent home care solutions to patients who are dealing with injury, illness, old age or disabilities. We are committed to meeting all of your health needs, and go above and beyond to ensure you get the best care available.

Our Mission is to help those until "death is no more ... and the former things have passed away." - Rev 21:4 "At that time the eyes of the blind will be opened, and ears of the deaf will be unstopped,... The lame will leap like deer, and the tongue of the speechless will shout for joy..." - Isa 35:5,6

As that day is drawing near, have no fear. Jehovah God is with us and we will be with you.

In Good Hands

Home and Community Based Services

Nebraska AD Waiver Medicaid Provider (League of Human Dignity provider agency)

Licensed and approved to offer; 

  • Chore Services

  • Adult Day Care

  • Respite

  • Non-Medical Transportation

Nurse Helping a Patient

Chore Services

Professional. Reliable. Qualified Caregivers.

At Raah Nissi Home Care, we offer professional, reliable home health services to all of our patients. Our chore/home care services take all your specific requests and demands into consideration and guarantee personalized attention. Whatever the hour may be, our licensed caregivers are readily available to cater to your home health needs. 

(1) Activities of daily living -

  • (a) Bathing: The ability to get to the bathing area and cleanse all parts of the body and the hair to maintain proper hygiene and prevent body odor, including tub, shower, and/or sponge bath.

  • (b) Continence: The control of one's body to empty the bladder and/or bowel on time; the ability to change incontinence pads/briefs, cleansing, and disposing of soiled articles; ability to manage ostomy equipment; ability to self-catheterize.

  • (c) Dressing/Grooming: The ability to put on and remove clothing as needed from both upper and lower body; the ability to do routine daily personal hygiene (combing hair, brushing teeth, caring for dentures, washing face and hands, and shaving).

  • (d) Eating: The ability to take nourishment. This may include the act of getting food from the plate to the mouth, and does not include meal preparation.

  • (e) Mobility: The ability to move from place to place indoors or outside.

  • (f) Toileting: The ability to get to and from the toilet, commode, bedpan, or urinal, including transfer to and from the toilet, management of clothing, and cleansing.

  • (g) Transferring: The ability to move from one place to another, including bed to chair and back, and into and out of a vehicle. (It does not include toilet transfer.)

(2) Risk Factors -

  • (a) Behavior: The ability to act on one's own behalf, including the interest or motivation to eat, take medications, care for one's self, safeguard personal safety, participate in social situations, and relate to others in a sociallyappropriate manner.

  • (b) Frailty: The ability to function independently without the presence of a support person, including good judgment about abilities and combinations of health factors to safeguard well-being and avoid inappropriate safety risk.

  • (c) Safety: The availability of adequate housing, including the need for home modification or adaptive equipment to assure safety and accessibility; the existence of a formal and/or informal support system; and/or freedom from abuse or neglect.

(3) Medical Treatment or Observation

  • (a) A medical condition is present which requires observation and assessment to assure evaluation of the individual's need for treatment modification or additional medical procedures to prevent destabilization and the person has demonstrated an inability to self-observe and/or evaluate the need to contact skilled medical professionals; or

  • (b) Due to the complexity created by multiple, interrelated medical conditions, the potential for the individual's medical instability is high or exists; or

  • (c) The individual requires at least one ongoing medical/nursing service. The following is a non-inclusive list of such services which may, but not necessarily, indicate need for medical or nursing supervision or care:

    • (1) Application of aseptic dressing;

    • (2) Routine catheter care;

    • (3) Respiratory therapy;

    • (4) Supervision for adequate nutrition and hydration due to clinical evidence of malnourishment or dehydration or due to a recent history of weight loss or inadequate hydration which, if unsupervised, would be expected to result in malnourishment or dehydration;

    • (5) Therapeutic exercise and positioning;

    • (6) Routine colostomy or ileostomy care or management of neurogenic bowel and bladder;

    • (7) Use of physical (side rails, poseys, locked wards) and/or chemical restraints;

    • (8) Routine skin care to prevent pressure ulcers for individuals who are immobile;

    • (9) Care of small, uncomplicated pressure ulcers and local skin rashes;

    • (10) Management of those with sensory, metabolic, or circulatory impairment with demonstrated clinical evidence of medical instability;

    • (11) Chemotherapy;

    • (12) Radiation;

    • (13) Dialysis;

    • (14) Suctioning;

    • (15) Tracheostomy care;

    • (16) Infusion therapy;

    • (17) Oxygen;

    • (18) Open lesions other than stasis or pressure sores (e.g., cuts);

    • (19) Wound care or treatment (e.g., pressure ulcer care, surgical wound);

    • (20) Intravenous medications;

    • (21) Transfusions;

    • (22) Medication monitoring; and/or

    • (23) Other special treatment or procedure.

(4) Cognition

  • (a) Memory: Ability to remember past and present events; does not need cueing;

  • (b) Orientation: Fully oriented to person, place, and time.

  • (c) Communication: Ability to communicate information in an intelligible manner, and the ability to understand information conveyed.

  • (d) Judgment: Ability to solve problems well and make appropriate decisions.

In Good Hands

Adult Day Health Care

You’re in Safe Hands

Raah Nissi Adult Day Health Center is coming soon, and will offer:

  • a. Personal care services to address limitations in activities of daily living (ADL) (e.g., transferring, dressing, eating, toileting, and bladder and bowel continence. Assistance with ADL's must be provided by staff and supervised by a licensed nurse.

  • b. ADL training, including training the client to increase independence in performing ADL's, the use of special aids, and accident prevention. This is provided by staff under the supervision of a licensed nurse.

  • c. Health assessment/nursing service, including observation of changes in client health and notification of family/doctors, health education and counseling, and administration of medications (either by staff or by the client), and skilled nursing care.

  • d. Meal services, including preparation and serving of at least one daily meal. Menus are planned by staff  who has knowledge of dietetic requirements and nutrition. Each client will be provided with a noon meal if s/he attends at mealtime. This meal must include at least one-third of the daily dietary allowance required for adults. Each participant who is in attendance for a full day will also be provided with two snacks daily which are controlled for sugar, salt, and cholesterol levels, as appropriate. Special diets will be provided according to the individual participant's plan.

  • e. Recreational therapy, including social and recreational activities. Center staff offer individual and group activities. The dignity, interests, and therapeutic needs of individual participants must be considered in the development of activity programs.

  • f. Counseling, including individual and group counseling provided to participants and their families in the following areas: coping skills, and personal, social, family, and adjustment problems. 

  • g. Other activities: Our program offers a balance of activities to meet each client's needs and interests. Clients are encouraged to participate in activities, but are free to decline.

Tray of Food

Respite Care

Professional. Reliable. Qualified Caregivers.

Respite Care may be authorized for one or more of the following situations:

  • a. An emergency or crisis arises which -

    • (1) Requires the usual caregiver's absence; or

    • (2) Places an unusual amount of stress on the usual caregiver;

  • b. The usual caregiver requires health services (e.g., dental care, doctor appointments, hospitalization, temporary incapacity of caregiver);

  • c. The usual caregiver needs relief for regular, prescheduled, personal activities (e.g., religious services, grocery shopping, or club meetings);

  • d. The usual caregiver requires irregular periods of "time out" for rest and relaxation; or

  • e. Usual caregiver vacations. Respite care may not be used to allow the usual caregiver to accept or maintain employment or pursue a course of study designed to fit him/her for paid employment or professional advancement.


Non-Medical Transportation

Providing You High Quality Home Care Solutions

Minibus on the Road

Non-medical transportation is covered by the HCBS waiver program for the following assessed needs:

  • 1. Apply for Benefits: To allow the client to apply or be recertified for benefits and services from programs when a face-to-face interview is required for:

    • a. Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services;

    • b. Social Security Administration; or

    • c. Veteran’s Administration.

  • 2. Shop for Food and Essential Items: To allow a client to shop for food and essential items a maximum of one round trip per calendar week.

  • 3. Obtain Legal Services: To allow the client to receive legal counsel from legal aid societies, private attorneys, county attorneys and other professional legal sources for non-criminal matters a maximum of one round trip per calendar month.

  • 4. Obtain Financial Services: To allow the client to take care of financial matters at a banking institution a maximum of one round trip per calendar month.

  • 5. Access Waiver Services: To allow the client transportation to and from Adult Day Health Services or Independence Skills Building.

  • 6. Secure Housing: To allow a client to tour and secure adequate housing or an independent living arrangement. Authorization is allowed for a maximum of five round trips in any twelve-month period. Additional trips may be authorized if the client’s health and safety is jeopardized.

Exclusion: Transportation may not be authorized to obtain educational services for children.


Contact Us

If you or a loved one could use our professional support, it might be time to get in touch. One of our home care coordinators will be happy to discuss a plan that’s most suitable for you.


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