Frequently asked questionsWe understand choosing a right provider and a plan can be overwhelming for families, and we are here to help in every steps.
Does my insurance pay for private duty caregiver (In- home care)?
- • Long-Term Care Insurance, Veterans benefits (self and spouse), Medicaid, Auto insurance and worker’s comp
- • Private pay is common for in-home care services
- • Check your insurance policies coverage for home care services and save money.
Does my insurance pay for “Home Health Care”?
- • Medicare, Medicaid, and most health insurances based on your health condition cover at home services such as visiting doctors, nursing (RN), physical therapy (PT), occupational therapy (OT), speech therapy, massage therapy.
Who can benefit from our programs?
- • Seniors, clients with disabilities, post-surgery, stroke, dementia/ memory issues, personal injuries, work injuries, or simple seniors who require some supervision and assistance with their activities of daily living (ADL).
What are the minimum and maximum home care hours?
- • 4 hours up to o 24 hours per shift
Do I need “Home Care” and “Home Health Care”?
- • We often combine home health and home care to benefit our clients to stay physically active as possible. Health professionals can provide medical services, while home care aids assist with everyday activities. This integrated approach ensures that seniors’ emotional and medical needs are both met.
- • We work closely with your case workers and social workers ensure you are receiving the level of care and number of service hours you need.