Quality, Affordable Solutions For Senior Home Care in Central New Hampshire
Plymouth is a beautiful US city nestled between beautiful lakes and the White Mountain National Forest in Grafton County in central New Hampshire.
According to a recent AARP poll, by 2020 New Hampshire is predicted to have the 2nd oldest population in the US with about 20 percent (1.3 million) of the residents 65 years of age or older up from 13.5 percent in 2010. And why not, it's a great place to live, work and retire!
According to Douglass McNutt, associate state director of AARP New Hampshire about 85% of New Hampshire's medicaid money goes to institional care with 15% being spent on in-home care. The numbers vary slightly for private pay care but for a Medicaid patient the cost is $66,203 per year for institution or facility-based care versus on average $24,500 for someone receiving care at home.
Like most Americans, New Hamshire's elders want to stay in their homes, age in place comfortably while keeping their independence and living securely. The good news is that with a high quality solution provider like Comfort Keepers In-Home Care in Central New Hampshire that goal is attainable and affordable.
Thanks to the dedicated caregivers at Comfort Keepers of Central New Hampshire, the region's seniors are able to live at home with the help of professional support. Our info center answers questions to all the commonly asked questions by seniors and their loved ones. And if you can't find the answers here, call us. One of our staff members will be happy to supply you with all the information you need.
The mission of Comfort Keepers of Central New Hampshire, is a simple one. We exist to serve the good folks of our part of the Granite State, providing nothing less than excellence in senior in-home solutions all-day, every day. Over time we have earned a reputation for high standard care and support, and we intend to keep it. Browse through our information center at your leisure. Here you will find a whole range of useful material including:
- Credible literature covering all aspects on seniors living at home
- Topical articles on senior home care in Central New Hampshire
- Tips on how to get the conversation started
- How to pay for care and various payment options
- Legal considerations
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section
We present all our literature in an easy-to-understand format to avoid confusion and to help simplify your options or those of a loved one. We understand how overwhelming it can be trying to make the right decisions. We've designed our info center to help you understand the ins-and-outs of professional home care in Central New Hampshire. We know how important it is to find a quality provider; someone you can trust implicitly when looking for care.
The aim of our information section is to provide you with the two answers to these following questions:
- What specific services do you or a loved one actually need?
- What level or amount of care is necessary in your situation?
How Home Care Plans Work
These are not decisions to take in haste. Creating a unique plan is fundamental to the health and wellbeing of clients and those closest to them. We understand this. It's why we treat each case individually and customize plans to meet the exact needs of the care recipient. It's all about balance, making sure there's not too much or too little in any area of support. Comfort Keepers of Central New Hampshire, are experts. We know exactly what we're doing and we have our outstanding reputation to back us up. With the help and guidance of our professional care coordinators, we'll provide you with a senior home health and safety assessment report. We can then work with you or your loved ones to devise a custom home care plan that checks all the right boxes.
Contact us if you have any further questions on home care in Central New Hampshire. You can call us at (603) 536-6060, and we'll arrange for a free consultation to come up with the perfect solutions. We hope to hear from you soon, whether you're looking for support now or considering options further down the line.