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Payment Options

Private Pay/Out of Pocket: Most families pay for in-home care for a loved one out of pocket. This is true of many senior care services, including assisted living. While in-home care is typically more affordable than facility care, costs are determined based on the type of care and the number of hours the person needs. 

Long-Term Care Insurance: Long-term care insurance can help pay the costs of care. For seniors that do have long-term care insurance, we are happy to sit with you to answer questions about the paperwork needed to start using this specialized type of coverage. 

Veterans Administration (VA) Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit: Veterans and their surviving spouses may qualify for VA benefits to cover some of the cost of in-home care. VA programs were designed for those who meet specific financial criteria and demonstrate physical need for in-home care. 

Medicaid and State Programs: Medicaid, the largest public payor for long-term care, may cover some in-home care services. A Medicaid provider can answer questions about in-home care coverage.

Medicare: Medicare does not cover in-home care. In some select areas, Medicare Advantage plans may be available. This varies by state.

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