Paying for Private Home Care in Greater Los Angeles, CA
Comfort Keepers accepts multiple forms of payment for our private home care services in Los Angeles, Inglewood, Baldwin Park, and the surrounding CA area
When families explore private home care, one of the most frequently asked questions is, "How much does care cost?" The answer to this topic varies according to the state, circumstance, and type of care offered.
If you're wondering how to pay for care at home, bear in mind that you have a variety of possibilities. Researching these possibilities in light of you or your loved one's financial circumstances is crucial for determining the most cost-effective method of paying for care. Additionally, please do not hesitate to contact us at (323) 430-9803 if you have any questions.
Several of the most prevalent methods of paying for specialized care at home include the following:
- Private Pay/Out of Pocket — Most families pay privately for this type of care for a loved one. Paying out of pocket is common for a great deal of senior care, including assisted living. While private home care is often less expensive than facility care, charges vary according to the type of care and number of hours required. Calculating out-of-pocket expenses and devising strategies to minimize them is best done after examining all available possibilities. We encourage families interested in learning more to contact our office to discuss the components of a customized care plan and if personal care, companionship, or respite care is required.
- Long-Term Care Insurance — Long-term care insurance can assist in paying for care expenses. Our team can help with any paperwork required to begin using this specific type of coverage for seniors who already have long-term care insurance.
- Veterans Administration (VA) Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit — Veterans and surviving spouses may be eligible for VA benefits to help defray the expense of premium care. VA programs are available to anyone who meet specified budgetary criteria and demonstrate a physical need for professional care.
Does Comfort Keepers Accept Medicaid or Medicare?
No, Comfort Keepers cannot accept Medicaid or Medicare as our agency is considered non-medical.
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