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In-Home Care, Our Specialty
We simplify the process of finding affordable, quality non-medical caregiver agencies anywhere and provide reliable information about in-home care services and helpful resources for elderly seniors wanting to live at home but needing assistance to do so safely.
When mom went home after she fell and broke her hip, we didn't know what to do or who to turn to for help. Thanks to InHomeCare.com all our questions were answered and we found the help mom needed.
Dad was afraid to do anything after mom passed away and we constantly worried about him being alone. That all changed when I found the perfect caregiver agency on InHomeCare.com.
In-Home Care Topics
Learn more about In-Home Care by reading:
- Do I Need In-Home Care?
- How to Find an Agency?
- What Questions to Ask?
- What Services Are Provided?
- Hiring Your Own Caregiver
- Elder Abuse and Fraud Prevention
- Geriatric Care Management
- Legal Issues for the Aging
- Financial Matters for the Aging
What Is In-Home Care?
In-home care is among the most requested services in our society. In the last few years, the emergence of in-home care agencies, in almost every city in the country, has created a new service industry meeting an ever growing demand – the desire to remain living at home.
Benefits of In-Home Care Agencies
Today’s aging population requests In-Home Care services more than at any other time. In-Home Care companies provide supervision and personal care and also handle activities such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, errand running and medication reminders.
When Can I Start Service?
Most agencies will answer this question, by asking you, 'When do you need care to start?' Because In-Home Care is such a personal service, agencies will do everything they can to accommodate your situation.
How is Care Paid For?
There are several ways to pay for non-medical, In-Home Care services. However, the vast majority of care is paid from the savings and resources of the individual receiving care or from their family.