How To Pay For In-Home Care?
There are many ways to pay for in-home care. You can pay privately, engage with an agency, and there are options through Medicaid that can be explored. Although paying for in-home care services is hard and difficult, there is an option for everyone. At EverHome Care Advisors, a life care coordinator will be with you every step of the way to find a solution that is best for you.
What Is Our In-Home Assessment?
Our in-home assessment consists of meeting with our clients or potential clients to talk about their current situation and evaluate them medically. We look to see what sort of support they need in their home. Talking in-home allows us to connect with people on a personal level and establish relationships!
What Are Common Issues Faced By The Elderly?
The elderly face many daily challenges, but a common one is the inability to find supportive caregivers. Proper caregiving support is lacking from paramedics up to nursing home care. In this video, learn more about this issue and how you can help yourself or love ones.
When To Talk To A Life Care Coordinator?
Talking to a Life Care Coordinator is important and should be done as soon as possible! You never know when you will need support, but waiting until a crisis hits is not always the smartest thing. Planning now and being one step ahead of the future is always the way to go. A Life Care Coordinator will help to avoid future crisis and point out ways to make your home safe and allow you to age in it.
What Is A Care Plan?
Our Life Care Coordinators will put together a care plan that is comprehensive and fits each client individually. Our care plans fit each person individually because each client and home is different. We would put in the care plan that they should probably have an evaluation by their physician.
What In-Home Technology Is Available?
The in-home technology that we offer helps to connect our clients with their loved ones in a safe and controlled way. Having technology in the home can be a blanket of support for families since they can always help to oversee the care of their loved when even when they are not around. Watch this video to learn more about our technology opportunities!
When Is A Care Facility The Right Choice?
Moving a loved one into a care facility can be a challenging decision to make and it’s hard to know when it is the right time. Our Life Care Coordinators have a professional understanding of the health care system and know how to keep someone safe at home.