Bathing, Dressing, Eating and Daily Living Tasks
Meals, Companion, Transportation, Shopping
Private pay covers caregiving services not covered by any private health insurance or public programs such as Medicaid. Generally speaking, this means that the caregiver will bill you directly for their services and provide you with receipts. Many older adults pay for care from their savings, a pension or other retirement fund, income from stocks and bonds, or proceeds from the sale of a home.
Your loved ones may have insurance to help pay for the care that they need. We will work with you to determine how their insurance can help offset any costs so that they can remain at home and independent.
Many people want to be at home because it’s safer, more comfortable, and cheaper than being in a nursing or assisted-living facility during retirement. If you’re eligible for Medicaid benefits under those guidelines, they will pay for the services you need while living at home.