Home Care Pricing

Senior home care can make a big difference in you and your loved one’s life. It can make their life more comfortable, while lessening your load as a caregiver. In addition, home care is more affordable than you think. Contact us today to learn more.

Home Care Is More Affordable Than You Think

The most common way to pay for home care is through private pay. But some home care services may be covered by a variety of benefits and programs. The cost for senior care and home care assistance for adults 18+ varies based on the duration of care as well as the services that are needed. If you have questions about our pricing, we are one message away.

Our goal is to make the families we serve have peace of mind knowing their loved ones are receiving the support they need to enjoy the quality of life they deserve. Let us help you determine what home care services are needed and which payment options are available.

Private Pay

Long-Term Care Insurance

Government Programs

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Private Pay

Private pay for senior care is becoming increasingly popular, as an alternate option to government sponsored programs or lower cost facilities. For seniors who are unable to live with family members or receive government assistance, private pay for senior care may offer the best solution. Through private pay, elderly individuals have greater control over their quality of life and the type of support they receive.

Long Term Care Insurance

Long-term care insurance is a great way to pay for senior care, as it can cover a wide range of services and provides peace of mind knowing that all costs will be taken care of. This type of insurance is typically used to cover extended stays in assisted living or nursing homes, or at-home services such as home health aides.

Government Programs (Pennsylvania Only)

Government programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, and state-funded community services all offer varying levels of coverage for senior care needs. For example, Medicare covers some nursing home costs but does not cover long-term custodial care at home; however, Medicaid may be able to fill this gap if certain requirements are met. Other government sources may also offer additional funding or subsidies for special circumstances like disability insurance plans.

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