"Your Comfort, Our Responsibility"

Paying for Our Services

There are multiple payment options to help defray the cost of home care. We will assist you in identifying any programs that you qualify. Below are examples of payment options:

  • Private Pay
  • Private Insurance
  • Worker’s Compensation
  • Long term Care Insurance
  • Auto Insurance
  • HMOs
  • PPOs
  • In-Network Agreements
  • Government Funding
  • Veterans Administration Programs
  • Medicaid Waiver Programs

We’ve created the chart below to highlight the different levels of care including nursing home care, assisted living and home care with the approximate cost of each type of care and to highlight how home care can an affordable alternative to institutional care, and an option preferred by most families.

Levels of Care

Type of Service Nursing Home Assisted Living Home Care
24-hour Skilled Care available Yes No Yes
Intermittent Personal Care delivered Yes Yes Yes
Accommodations Generally semi-private room; Private room if available at a higher cost Usually a private room or studio Your own home and familiar surroundings
Food Supplied Yes in congregate setting; Preplanned menu Yes in congregate setting; Preplanned menu Meals prepared for you as directed
Activities Available Yes, usually supplied by activities director but participation is optional Yes, usually supplied by activities director but participation is optional Activities and socialization based on re-engagement in life designed for each individual
Cost – $73,000 Cost – $39,187 Cost – $37,440
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*Note: Costs are averaged from national data bases managed by John Hancock and Genworth Financial.

If you have any specific payment questions, we encourage you to contact us.