At Glorious Living Care, we take great pride in our participation in the Glorious Pediatrics Program (GPP), dedicated to delivering primary care services to eligible children throughout Georgia. Our comprehensive GPP services encompass regular check-ups, immunizations, dental care, vision and hearing screenings, appropriate referrals to specialists, and much more. We firmly believe that every child deserves unfettered access to comprehensive medical care and health-related services that foster their overall well-being.

The GPP is overseen by the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) and receives funding from both the state of Georgia and the federal government. Children from birth to age 21 who are uninsured or underinsured, meet income criteria, or have specific medical conditions are eligible to receive the exceptional benefits of the GPP. Our ultimate objective is to ensure that every child in Georgia can flourish with the unwavering support of top-notch healthcare services.

ELIGIBILITY

If you wish to enroll your child in GAPP, there are specific eligibility requirements that must be fulfilled. These prerequisites may encompass being uninsured or underinsured, meeting income guidelines, or having specific medical conditions.

The eligibility criteria can vary based on the particular services required, so we strongly encourage families to reach out to us for further details. GAPP services are delivered through a network of esteemed healthcare providers, such as Glorious Living Care, which includes pediatricians, family practitioners, and community health centers.

Our dedicated team at Glorious Living Care is committed to delivering exceptional care to our patients while working closely with families to ensure their children receive the essential services needed for maintaining optimal health.

OUR GAPP SERVICES

  • Medication Administration‚Äč
  • Hygiene Care
  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Gastrostomy Tube Feeding, Cleaning, and Changing
  • Wheelchair Assistance
  • Collecting Treatment Plan Information
  • Turning and Repositioning Assistance
  • Changing Sheets and Bed Linens
  • Observation
  • Communicating Issues to Nurse or Doctor
  • Assistance With Daily Living Activities
  • Trach Care (Including Changing and Cleaning)
  • Taking Vital Signs
  • Bagging via Trach or Mouth
  • Respiratory Treatment
  • Suctioning