The cost for home care can vary substantially based on where, geographically, care is needed, the type of care, and the amount of care. The only way to truly understand the cost of quality home care is to arrange for an assessment of the individual who will be receiving the care. Generally, an assessment is done in the care recipient’s home, so we can observe the home environment and discuss how to make the home safe for the person needing care, but Robland Home Health Care will work with families to meet individual needs.
Home care can be funded through various sources, but the typical payment sources include private pay where the care recipient or family members pay for the care from their individual resources, long-term care insurance (LTC), Veterans Aid and Attendance, and Medicaid. Contrary to popular belief, However, Medicare does NOT fund home care.