1. Government Assistance
One way to pay for home care is through help from the government via Medicare or Medicaid. Medicaid is income-based, meaning low income may qualify for assistance through the waiver program. Cherished Hands Home Health LLC May help you with the application process or check your eligibility.
2. Veterans Administration
Seniors who are veterans or surviving spouse of a veteran and need continuous home care may qualify for personal assistance home care help from the VA. Cherished Hands Home Health partner with American Veterans Care Connection who can check your eligibility today.
3. Private pay
Many seniors and/or their families pay for home care from their own pockets, including assets, investments, or savings. The cost of home care may be overwhelming for the family and their loved ones. Other options to pay out of pocket for home care include family members’ contributions, liquidation of unused assets, and other sources.
4. Private insurance
Some long-term care insurance policies do cover in-home care. Also, some life insurance can be converted into cash to pay for in-home care.
5. Workers Compensation Insurance
Someone who sustains a disability from their job may qualify for in-home care through their job workers’ compensation insurance.
Please, call 240-550-6035 for any questions and how we can help.
From the Management: CHERISHED HANDS HOME HEALTH LLC, we are here for you and your family.