Understanding the Cost of Home Care
While Medicare and/or Medicaid will typically cover some kinds of home care, there are multiple options to secure the home care you need. Long Term Care Insurance, Catastrophic Insurance, Veteran Benefits, Life Insurance, and out-of-pocket payment are just a few of the ways to pay for home care.
Medicare and Medicaid Payment Options
Clients who require long-term, ongoing care, meaning nonmedical supportive care for those who are not able to complete the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), such as dressing, bathing, grooming, transferring, continence care, or eating—may be covered by Medicaid if they meet the criteria for eligibility.
Medicare will pay for what’s considered intermittent short-term in-home nursing and therapy services after a hospital or rehab stay, or as ordered by a physician. These types of Medicare services are provided for a short period of time.
Out-of-Pocket Payment Options
For clients who don’t qualify for Medicare or Medicaid, or want to add additional hours to their Medicaid/Medicare plan of care, they can pay out-of-pocket for home care services.
Because our out-of-pocket services are not bound by the guidelines of insurance, they can be the perfect medium for creating highly customized care plans and filling in gaps where services are not covered.
We offer a range of out-of-pocket services and programs, including:
Trained Caregivers / Home Health Aides
Hourly, Shift-based and Live-in Care
Hospital-to-Home Medical Escorts
Residence or Facility-based Care
RN and LPN Care Management
Specialty Memory Care
Recreation and Engagement Programs
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