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1. WHAT IS HOME CARE?
Home care is providing assistance to individuals who are either aging, disabled or are having health issues, recovering from a surgery or may have had a medical setback. Home care can help individuals with daily living activities such as: personal care, dressing, meal preparations, shopping, medication reminders, etc.
2. HOW DO I KNOW IF MY PARENT(S) NEED IN-HOME CARE?
There may be changes in personal appearance or mental status. A change in behavior that an individual is no longer capable of completing a task which was once familiar to them.
- Social isolation
- Loss of appetite
- Forgetting to take medications
- Deviation from personal care
- Noticing extreme clutter and unsanitary conditions in the home
3. DOES MY INSURANCE COVER IN-HOME CARE?
Private duty home health care is generally paid for out of pocket. However, if the client has a long-term care policy, the policy holders would then be reimbursed a daily amount depending on the coverage they have selected. We accept most long-term care policies.
4. DOES MEDICARE COVER IN HOME-CARE?
Medicare does not cover non-medical or personal in-home care services. However, Medicare will pay for an aide if you require a skilled nursing or therapy service. Some clients pay for private duty in-home care and also have a Medicare certified agency to provide the skilled or therapy services needed. A prescription from a physician is needed to qualify for Medicare services.