Comfort Keepers in Stockton, Tracy, CA and the Surrounding Areas, Helps Veterans Receive Personal and Companion Care Benefits
Senior veterans and their spouses may be eligible for in home care benefits and services, which includes companion care in Tracy, CA
For many American veterans, receiving quality companion care can significantly improve quality of life. With a bit of support from an experienced caregiver who has a heart for helping others, your loved one can increase mental and physical activity, enjoying maximum convenience in the comfort of their home. To best cater for your loved one’s needs, our care plans can be fully customized according to factors such as health and age, interests and hobbies, and preferred schedule and routine.
Our devoted companion care providers have plenty of experience caring for veterans, so your loved one can expect only the best possible service. During a free in-home assessment, we will talk to your loved one and assess their condition, proposing an appropriate care plan and choosing a care provider with shared opinions and views. Matching your loved one with a compatible caregiver can allow for a better caregiving experience, which can result in a deep and strong bond between them.
A Wide Range of Veteran’s Care Services
Our non-medical home care plans cover most daily activities and tasks, such as meal preparation, light housekeeping, grocery shopping and running errands, medication reminders, and more. For an even better care experience, a caregiver can offer transportation services, driving your loved one to any location in Tracy, CA.
To meet the needs of as many veterans as possible, we also offer respite care services for family members who look after veterans. This type of service is designed to support both the client and their primary caregivers. Clients receive premium care while caregivers can take some time off caregiving to rest and focus on other things.
The Cost of Veteran’s Care
The cost of care services depends on your loved one’s care plan, that is, on the type and level of care needed. However, your loved one may qualify for Veterans Benefits, which include financial aid for personal and companion care services.
A few criteria to consider:
- Active military duty for at least 90 days, with at least one day served during World War II, Korean Conflict, Vietnam War or Persian Gulf War
- Honorably discharged
- The need for care services to lead a high-quality life
- The need for financial assistance to cover the cost of care
If your loved one is not sure whether they meet these criteria or needs help to gather all the necessary paperwork for applying, we can help! Please contact our office at (209) 208-4592 and we can answer any questions you may have.