Paying for Private Home Care Services in Centennial, South Denver, CO, and the Surrounding Area
Comfort Keepers offers various ways to pay for our private home care services throughout Centennial, South Denver, Aurora, and nearby cities
When families begin looking for private home care services, one of the most asked questions is, "How much does care cost?" The response to this question varies by state, context, and type of care provided.
If you're unsure how to pay for our senior care services, keep in mind that there are several options. Researching these options in light of you or a loved one's financial situation is critical in selecting the most cost-effective manner of paying for care. Additionally, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office at (303) 214-9134.
Methods of Payment
Several of the most common ways to pay for our services include the following:
- Private Pay/Out-of-Pocket – Most families finance this sort of care for a loved one privately. Paying for in-home senior care out of pocket is typical. While care at home is frequently less expensive than institutional care, costs vary according to the type of care required and the number of hours needed. Calculating out-of-pocket costs and finding methods to reduce them is best done after exhausting all other options. We urge families interested in learning more to call our office to discuss the components of a personalized care plan and the need for specialized care, companion care, personal care, or respite care.
- Long-Term Care Insurance – Long-term care insurance may help cover some of the costs associated with care. Our staff can assist seniors with long-term care insurance with any documentation necessary to begin using this specialized form of coverage.
- VA Benefits — Veterans and their surviving spouses may be eligible for VA assistance to help with the cost of private home care services. VA programs are open to anybody who meets specific financial requirements and demonstrates a physical need for professional treatment.
- Medicaid - Medicaid provides health coverage to millions of Americans, including individuals with low-income and disabilities. Contact our office today to learn more about our Medicaid coverage options.
Learn More About Our Services Today
Learn more about the cost of private home care services by browsing our frequently asked questions. Additionally, you can contact our office by choosing one of the buttons below to get started on the proper course of care. Our staff may arrange for a complimentary, no-obligation meeting with a care coordinator for our team to understand your needs better. Following the meeting, we may begin designing a thorough care plan customized to your loved one's lifestyle.