How do people pay for home care?
There are many different ways of how people pay for their home care costs. Some services can be covered by insurance, Medicare or Medicaid, workers’ compensation, or by Veterans benefits. Services can also be paid by the person receiving care directly, commonly referred to as “private pay.”
Who comes into my house to provide the care?
Clinicians and home care assistants coming into your home can vary. Home health aide (HHA) or certified nursing assistant (CNA) provides personal care and companionship services. Registered nurses (RNs), physical therapists (PTs), occupational therapists (OTs), or speech-language pathologists (SLPs) offer private duty nursing care and home health care services. A medical social worker (MSW) can also help individuals and family members connect with community support.
Can I choose my home care assistant?
Before services start, your care coordinator will visit you for a home evaluation. He or she will gather information to help you choose your carer and make an ideal match-up. You can also make a call if the person doesn’t meet your expectations, and we will assign another one for you.
Why would somebody use home care?
Home care allows adults to receive day-to-day help with a personalized care plan that is based on what they need, all in the comfort of their home. This service seeks to help preserve every individual’s dignity and maintain a good quality of life with the assistance of reliable caregivers. Home caregivers help with activities of daily living, such as bathing, grooming, walking, medication reminders, and other day-to-day tasks.
What kind of care in included in Home Health?
- Skilled Nursing
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Medical Social Worker
- Speech Therapy
- Home Health Aides
- Lab Work
How quickly can home health care services begin?
We can provide a reliable, compassionate, affordable care providers on your timeframe, according to your needs.
Our services are based on client feedback, experience, and a passion to provide the support that addresses both client’s needs and their lifestyle. If you or your loved ones are recovering from an illness, requiring special needs, or wanting help with the activities of daily living, we can accommodate your short or long-term needs. Our highly trained and compassionate home care assistants can help you with services ranging from short visits to round-the-clock care.
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We take pride in providing compassionate care and attention for you or your loved one’s needs. Send us a message so we can set an appointment for you.