Private pay home care is just another type of traditional in-home care. A private pay home attendant visits you or your loved one on a regular basis and helps with day-to-day activities.
Private pay home care differs from classic home care by the payment method. As the name “private pay” suggests, your loved one or their family will pay for home care services “out of the pocket” using existing savings or assets, or from a long-term care insurance policy.
Private pay home care comes with a set of benefits:
Unlike Medicaid or Medicare that regulate the amount and types of care you receive private pay home care is totally managed by the patient.
You decide how many hours of care to get and what services should be included.
Private pay services will make sure that you or your loved one’s needs are attended to 24/7.
Services provided by private pay caregivers include personal care and companionship, as well as professional nursing care. Caregivers trained for clients with specialized conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, heart failure and other chronic illnesses.
When compared with the cost of a personal care home or assisted-living facility, private pay home care is very affordable.
Before providing the services, we will ask questions to understand your preferences and needs.
Based on this information, we’ll match your loved one with the right caregiver.
Our private pay home health aides are trained to perform the following tasks:
In addition to highly-qualified services, we offer flexible pricing plans to meet your financial capabilities without breaking the bank.