Managing the Cost of Care
Payment Options for Our Home Health Services
Moving your loved one into a nursing home or assisted living facility can be expensive. Home health care cost is a concern facing thousands of Americans. In-home care services from Home Helpers® Home Care offers a more affordable option that reduces cost of care and offers more value. However, we still understand that you have concerns about the cost and, more importantly, how to cover them. To help you learn more about managing the cost of care, we’ve provided some information below.
For more information on how you can manage the cost of your loved one's care, call (800) 990-9750.
Private in-home health care costs will vary depending on a variety of factors. The amount of care, type of care, and the need for more specialized services will vary the ultimate cost. Before we can determine the cost of care, we first need to understand the type of care you’re looking for. We offer a wide variety of services for you or your loved one.
- The typical services we provide include:
- Companion care to fill in the gaps when you can’t be there
- Monitoring services, which also include fall and medical alert systems
- Personal care, which includes assistance bathing, showering, food preparation, and more
- Medical care to assist with ongoing conditions and injury or surgery recovery
- Alzheimer’s and dementia care
- Homemaker’s services to ensure a clean, safe, and comfortable living environment
- Respite care provides other Caregivers with a daily break
Once you know what kind of care you will require, we can then proceed with determining the cost and your options for paying for it.
Financing Your Care
Home Helpers Home Care offers a variety of ways to pay for your in-home health care services to help in managing its costs:
To help keep costs manageable, many of our franchise locations accept insurance coverage.
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:
- Intermittent skilled nursing care
- Physical therapy
- Speech-language pathology services
- Continued occupational services
- Medicare doesn’t pay for:
- 24-hour-a-day care at home
- Meals delivered to your home
- Homemaker services
- Personal care.