Comfort Keepers Accepts Long Term Care Insurance for Cornelius, NC Seniors
Our long term care experts in Mooresville and Cornelius can help keep your in home care costs down
Comfort Keepers serving Cornelius, NC is proud to offer industry-leading home care services for seniors in the Lake Norman area. We believe that care should be accessible to all those in need, and in-home services allow seniors to age in place gracefully, safely, and with independence. For this reason, our organization is pleased to accept long term care insurance, which is a great way to reduce out-of-pocket costs for in home care. Your family can focus on your loved one’s health and progress rather than worrying about how to pay for care.
Have a policy from one of these Long Term Care Insurance providers? In home care services from Comfort Keepers may be covered!
- Mutual of Omaha
- New York Life
- Northwestern Mutual
- Penn Treaty
- John Hancock
- Bankers Life
- Pacific Life
- Dearborn National
By accepting long term care insurance, we enable our clients to receive the care they need. This reduces the financial burden on the family and the stress that comes with figuring out ways to take on a long-term expense. With peace of mind knowing that the financial aspect of care is handled, your family can focus on more important matters. Long term insurance for home senior care brings with it several benefits:
- Reducing out-of-pocket home care costs
- Possible income tax deductions
- Coverage for in-home assistance, dementia, respite care, and more
- Reduced risk of depleting savings accounts
Our senior care services are fully customizable and can be adjusted as circumstances change. This provides a great relief to families since they do not have to worry about changing providers should their loved one’s care needs change over time. Our agency will work with the family to clearly explain their insurance coverage and payment information.
Some of the services our trained caregivers provide include: light housekeeping, laundry and linen changing, mobility and positioning assistance, meal preparation, feeding, hygiene, bathing, dressing, toileting, monitoring, and transportation. They work to keep seniors active and engaged physical as well as mentally.