Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is medical care?
  • Is my doctor involved?
  • How long will someone come to care for me?
  • I don’t want to go to a nursing home, can you help me stay at home?
  • What if I just need someone to help with chores in my home?
  • What is Senior Care in the home?
  • What types of payment methods do you accept?
  • Can I be paid to care for my family member.

Medical Care is prescribed by a physician and the care is provided by a licensed professional such as a nurse or physical therapist. Visits are brief, task-oriented and are covered by Medicare/Medicaid and most payers for a short period of time, like a few weeks. This is often ordered after a surgical procedure, hospitalization or after discharge from a nursing home.

Yes. Our Clinical team will work with you and your doctor to get the best possible results.

That depends on what you, your caregiver, physician and payer believe is best for you.

Yes. We have options to care for you, as long as you are safe, while you remain at home. We can also help you and your loved ones make choices that are best for you.

We can arrange for homemakers to assist with light housekeeping, meal preparation and laundry. We also have personal care providers to help with more hands-on care.

The goal of Senior Care in the home is to allow seniors to remain independent, in their homes, as long as possible. It is care provided by a professional caregiver, companion, homemaker, nursing assistant or home health aide to assist with the non-medical, daily care needs, to help keep seniors independent. Our agency is insured and all of our staff are screened thoroughly.

Payors we Can Accept are Medicaid, Medicare, most private insurance, private pay, and most major credit cards.

Yes, If your Family Member qualifies for long term Medicaid (a program) does allow family members to be reimbursed 8.5 hours a week for services and under some programs up to 40 hours of service.