Concierge Care helps seniors find affordable home care.
Quality home care is not cheap, but it does not have to be a burden either. There are several ways to pay for senior home care.
Medicare – will pay for physician prescribed medical and specialized therapies. These include: physical/speech therapy, wound care, monitoring of medical equipment and other nursing services. Once the person has recovered the care is ended.
Medicaid - will pay for assistance with Activities of Daily Living such as bathing, toileting, ambulation and other activities that help a senior live safely. Benefits are based on income and assets and restrictions do apply.
VA and Attendance Benefits – will pay for both skilled nursing and unskilled ADL providers. They even compensate family members who provide care. There are some guidelines you need to meet, so talk with your local VA office.
Long Term Care Insurance – is a 3rd party insurer that can offset the cost of care or in some cases pay for your care entirely. Every policy is different concerning the services and amounts covered.
Private Duty – this is when you pay for your own care out of pocket. In Florida prices typically range from $28-35 per hour depending on the type of care services and the number of hours you need someone to be with you.
Concierge Care is a nurse registry. That means we provide caregiver referrals based on your needs. We accept private payment, VA Benefits and long-term care insurance. We do not accept Medicare, Medicaid, or other government programs.