What is GAPP?

Georgia Pediatric Program (GAPP) is a Medicaid/Katie Beckett Waiver program that provides FREE or AT NO COST services to medically fragile children, under the age of 21, in need of skilled nursing care and personal care support in their homes and in the community. Services are approved based on the child’s medical needs, and families who are eligible for Medicaid can apply for GAPP at any time.

Can I Apply If I Do Not Meet The Medicaid Income Requirement?

Yes. The Katie Beckett Waiver, or Deeming Waiver, is an eligibility Medicaid category for children under the age of 18. The Katie Beckett Waiver takes parents’ income out of the picture and bases the decision on the child’s needs. If the child qualifies for the Katie Beckett Waiver, they become eligible for services available under the regular state Medicaid plan.


This program is not a waiver service and your child will be eligible to receive services immediately following service approval from GAPP.

Here’s How We Can Help!

We provide at-home childcare services in a place where your child is most comfortable, at home.  

Children under the age of 21 with special needs require a skilled level of care that their families may not be qualified to provide. We have a team of experienced caretakers who can spend as much time as needed to deliver the care you expect.

  • Assistance with daily living activities
  • Bathing
  • Meals
  • Housekeeping
  • Monitoring vital signs such as blood pressure, pulse, respiration & temperature
  • IV therapies
  • Wound care
  • Tube feedings
  • Gastrointestinal disorders

Click Here to Download our GAPP Brochure

Skilled Nursing

We believe that life must be enjoyed to its fullest regardless of age, ailments, or ability. Under the supervision of the client’s Physician, our well trained, dedicated, and experienced Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants follow the Client Care Plan in providing a wide range of services in the comfort of your home.

Personal Care for All Ages

Critical day-to-day activities such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation, grooming, and feeding that are aimed in helping seniors and those with physical and mental limitations can be challenging due to age or ailment. Our caregivers are highly trained and have the experience to assist you or your loved one to live a fulfilled life.

  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Meal preparation
  • Feeding
  • Grooming
  • And much more…

Companionship/Sitter Services

Our companion and sitter services are next to none. Companionship promotes better mental and physical health, while also providing a greater sense of purpose. Our caregivers are specifically selected and matched to suit your loved one’s needs as well as share in common interests and passions. They are highly trained to allow your loved one’s to be positive and social, while ensuring to maintain their personal needs.

Light Housekeeping

Our caregivers can vacuum, polish, clean kitchens and bed rooms to make your loved one’s home bright and inviting. We provide services including laundry and ironing, taking out the garbage, dusting, and more.

Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care

Caring for your loved one with Alzheimer’s or Dementia can be difficult and our staff is highly trained in managing these conditions and providing mental health support. We provide companionship, guidance, personal care, and support with social activities.

Transportation and Errands

Our highly trained caregivers can assist with transportation services for your loved one. Services include running errands, going to the grocery store, visiting the pharmacy or for doctor appointments. All of our caregivers have excellent driving records, ensuring to take the best care of your loved ones’ safety.

Contact Us Today
For A FREE Consultation

Partnering with a trained professional home caregiver can bring families together. Let us help give you the peace of mind you deserve. If you’re interested in our compassionate home care services for you or a loved one, contact us today to schedule a FREE in-home assessment by completing our referral form, or call us at 404-492-8358

During the assessment we will evaluate your loved one and create an individualized care plan. We will carefully assess your loved one’s overall health situation, including their strengths, abilities, and needs, in order to match the best caregiver for you and your family. Throughout the process we will provide clear communication and follow up and will modify the plan as changes become necessary.