Planning and Funding Care for Seniors in Reno, NV and Surrounding Areas
Properly planning for long-term care for seniors can make a major difference in your loved one's life in Reno, NV
If your loved one is still doing well, that does not mean they will not one day need care for seniors. That is why we put together this section, to help you learn more about the various funding options for care for seniors available to older adults and their families in Reno, NV.
How much does care for seniors cost?
Services provided by Comfort Keepers vary quite a bit. It all depends on the particular needs of individual seniors. To help you get a better idea of what our services could cost your loved one, we would be more than happy to have a Comfort Keeper’s Client Care Specialist meet with you and your older loved one. Together, we can develop a plan that will help your loved one maintain their independence and meet your budget restrictions. The Reno, NV Comfort Keepers office independently operated so we encourage you to give us a call and set up a time to meet.
Are out-of-pocket options the only ones available?
No. Many options are available to older adults in Reno, NV. Our representatives would be more than happy to go over alternative ways to pay for home care.
Many seniors are already covered by their current personal or group insurance coverage. A representative at our office can help you and your love done figure out if you are eligible. We can also help you get in touch with a local government care for seniors representative.
Income tax relief is available for some seniors. In fact, the cost of care for seniors could be mitigated by the Federal Disability Tax Credit, Medical Expense Credit, and Caregiver Tax Credit. These are just some examples. Care for seniors is also a tax deduction.
Family Caregivers Actually Cost More Than Home Care
Many individuals are under the impression that care for seniors is very costly. However, having a primary caregiver from the family is actually much more expensive. For everyone involved. Taking a minute to consider the value of the time and financial sacrifices family caregivers make can really help put this into perspective.
There is a lot you can do to help your loved one pay for care for seniors. Start by contacting our Reno, NV office. Our representatives are standing by.
Give us a call at (775) 210-5944 to learn more!