Let’s Find The Best In-Home Care

Welcome to SeniorAssisting.com. Our website is here to help family members and seniors around the nation to find the best local in-home care options.

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Getting The Best In Home Care for Your Loved One

We’ve partnered up with some of the best in-home care agencies around the nation, We’ve made comparing caregivers as easy as possible.

Understanding the Care Options

Determining the best options for getting quality care starts with an understanding of your specific needs and payment options. For example if you are looking for care that will be covered under Medicare or Medicaid, a private care agency is probably not the right resource.

How Much Does In-Home Care Cost?

Depending on the nature of services required, costs can vary from $18 to over $30 per hour. For example, hiring a caregiver to do meal preparation or companionship will cost less than a certified Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) that is monitoring health status.

Independent Caregivers vs. Home Care Agency

There are several advantages to using a home care agency instead of an independent caregiver. Most notably, agencies typically have more stringent hiring requirements and conduct background checks prior to hiring. Independent caregivers tend to be less expense, but there is more risk.

Medicaid and Medicare Considerations

If you are looking for Medicare and Medicaid-supported services, there are specific federal and state-based regulations that you will need to take into consideration. Medicaid guidelines can be found at the government website for Medicaid here.  In-home services supported by Medicare are typically related to a disabling event whereby nursing and therapy assistance is provided to aid in rehabilitation. Another resource for Medicare and Medicaid coverage can be found at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services here.

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Are There Certifications for In-home Services?

Yes. A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) helps people with healthcare needs under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). For approved Medicare services, there is also a Medicare-certified home health agency classification.

We’re Here to Help You Find the “Right” Caregiver for Your Loved One

We understand that there are many considerations when searching for in-home care. Our call center is open 24/7 to help you find the right caregiver for your loved one.