Making a decision about caregiving for a loved one is never easy. To be comfortable with your options, you need answers. We hope the following information is a good start. If your questions aren’t completely answered, feel free to contact us. We’d be glad to speak with you about your specific family situation.
Home Care Services is proud to offer a full range of non-medical home care services. For the details of each services, please refer to our Services page.
Yes. Our care is always determined by what you need and we will work with you to create a plan of care specific to your individual needs.
No. You don’t need pre-authorization, pre-qualification, certification or even a prescription for our services. You choose the services you want, when to start those services and how often those services are used.
Yes. We do our best to match the right caregiver with you and your family by using our proprietary screening and selection system. We encourage your involvement in the decision-making process. Your satisfaction is important so we try to accommodate requests for a change in caregivers, as allowed by law.
While our services are often referred to as “senior home care,” that doesn’t mean that we only provide them at home! We offer quality care to clients wherever they are located—whether that be at home, in a nursing home facility, in the hospital, or within a retirement community.
Every family we serve receives a custom care plan specific to their needs and budget. Several factors help determine the exact cost:
Contact us to discuss the exact rates for the services you may need. We’ll set up an in-home consultation to begin discussing a custom care plan and the rates for each service on your plan.
You can change the frequency or type of service we provide whenever it’s necessary. We understand the care situation can quickly change, so we’re as flexible as possible with your plan and need.
Based on your customized plan of care, caregivers will be matched by availability, skills, and personality. We strive to meet immediate needs or proactive planning.
Yes. Every caregiver is insured and bonded. To help ensure the safety and well-being of our clients, we perform a criminal history background clearance and then cover each caregiver with general liability and workers’ compensation insurance.
Medicare provides an eligibility tool to see if your family qualifies, but they typically don’t pay for the type of hourly personal care service that we provide. We may be able to provide documentation to third parties such as long-term care insurance companies that could help you obtain the best coverage possible.
We are very comfortable in guiding the policyholder with questions to ask the insurance carrier regarding their coverage. There are many Long Term Care companies that offer policies that cover home care.