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We know there might be a lot of unknowns about the services we offer. We want to make sure you have all the answers you need to make a well-informed, confident decision.

Home Care FAQ​

There might be a lot of unknowns about Home Care for you. We want to help answer any questions you have.

Home Care involves non-medical support services that enable individuals, often seniors, to live safely and comfortably in their own homes. Services can range from companionship and meal preparation to assistance with daily living activities.

While both services are provided in the home, Home Care focuses on non-medical assistance, such as help with bathing or cooking, whereas home health care delivers medical services like wound care or therapy.

Individuals who need assistance with daily tasks, those recovering from surgeries or illnesses, seniors who wish to age in place, and even people who need companionship can benefit from home care.

Home Care is often paid out-of-pocket, though long-term care insurance, certain Medicaid programs, and veterans’ benefits might cover some services.

Most reputable Home Care agencies will work with families to match caregivers based on specific needs, preferences, and compatibility.

We perform background checks, reference checks, drug screens, and provides training for all caregivers prior to them seeing their first client.

Yes, services are typically customized based on individual needs, and schedules can be tailored to the client’s preferences.

This varies by agency. Some may require a minimum number of hours per visit, while others offer live-in or 24-hour care.

Most agencies have backup caregivers to ensure uninterrupted service.

Absolutely. Some individuals use Home Care services for a short recovery period, while others might need long-term assistance.

While often associated with seniors, Home Care can benefit anyone in need of non-medical assistance at home, irrespective of age.

Recommendations from in-home care providers, friends, or family, online reviews, and checking accreditation or state licensing can be helpful.

Some programs, especially certain Medicaid programs, might allow family members to be paid caregivers, though specific requirements and limitations exist.

Home Care allows individuals to stay in a familiar environment, encourages self-care where possible, and provides assistance only in areas where it’s needed, promoting a sense of independence.

Home Care services are flexible and can be adjusted as an individual’s needs change, ensuring the right level of support is always available.

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