Affordable Private Home Care Services and Companionship offered by Comfort Keepers in and around Spartanburg and Boiling Springs, SC
Our long term home care services in Spartanburg, Boiling Springs, and the surrounding regions can be paid for in a variety of ways.
One of the top concerns, when families begin to research the idea of private home care, is, "How much does it cost to provide care?" The response depends on the state, context, and sort of care necessary. However, do not fear; our care staff is here to assist you throughout the process.
If you're wondering how to pay for nonmedical care in South Carolina, bear in mind that you have various possibilities. Prior to selecting the most cost-effective way of payment, it’s essential to evaluate your loved one's financial position. If you have questions, please call (864) 485-9129 or use one of the icons below.
Accepted Payment Methods
The following are some of the most prevalent ways to pay for private home care services:
Out-of-Pocket/Private Pay - Many households are responsible for paying for this form of care for a family member. Care, including assisted living, is frequently paid for out-of-pocket. While in-home elder care is typically less expensive than institutional care, costs vary according to the type of care required and the number of hours necessary to perform the care plan. Families interested in learning more about companion care, respite care, or personal care are encouraged to call our office to discuss the components of a tailored care plan for their loved ones.
Long-Term Care Insurance - This type of insurance may cover the costs of nonmedical care. A long-term care insurance policy helps cover the costs of that care when you have a chronic medical condition, a disability, or a disorder such as Alzheimer’s disease. Traditional long-term care policies are like auto insurance or home policies; the insurance holder pays a premium for as long as the policy is in effect. If you are unsure if your loved one has a long-term care policy, you should talk with their financial advisor or power of attorney.
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To further understand your needs, our staff may set up a free, no-obligation appointment with a care coordinator. Following the conversation, we may begin developing a care plan that is tailored to your loved one's specific requirements. It should be noted that our Spartanburg office does not take Medicare, Medicaid, or any other type of Community Long-Term Care insurance.
To get in touch with our offices in Spartanburg, Boiling Springs, Moore, and the surrounding area, just click on one of the icons below. We'll be happy to help!