Moving a loved one into a nursing home can be very expensive and impersonal no matter how good the organization is. Often times people feel the best alternative is to hire a caregiver, however, this option comes with its own set of costs and often can put a lot of stress on a family. Trying to figure out the true cost for
Before determining caregiver costs, it is first necessary to understand the type of care you require. Home Helpers offers a progressive range of
In-home care to help fill in the gaps
If caregiver assistance isn’t needed quite yet, Home Helpers offers monitoring services and medical alert systems
Help with basic activities of daily living, including hygiene and nutritional needs
In-home health care and medical services to support continued recovery as well as care for ongoing conditions
In-home care to allow your loved one to safely and comfortably live at home
Services that help create a safe, clean, and comfortable living environment so your loved one can stay at home
Provides a daily break for the primary caregiver of a loved one
Insurance can be a cost reducer in some cases. Some of our franchise locations accept insurance coverage to help keep costs affordable.
According to the Medicare website, Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and/or Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) may be able to help cover home health services like:
Medicare doesn’t pay for:
Your local Home Helpers franchise can tell you how much Medicare will pay and also tell you if any items or services aren’t covered by Medicare, and how much you’ll have to pay for them.
Depending on the amount of elder care you are looking for, it can certainly add up. While paying hourly can be manageable, paying for care on a monthly basis can become a bit expensive. Home Helpers is here to make
Find out if you qualify for living assistance for housing, food & nutrition, tax relief and much more.
Each state has a senator has a staff that focuses on elder care,
U.S. representatives have special teams working for them to assist in helping individuals with elder affairs and services.
A local organization that puts you in contact with local programs and services you might need or may help your family.
Everyone’s circumstances are different, and we keep that in mind in our care. Since Home Helpers tailors in-home care services to each client, our costs vary depending on your situation. Please contact your local office with any questions, or schedule a free in-home consultation.