Private care has two meanings, and both describe the exceptional services available from Elevation Homecare in Newtown, Pennsylvania. Their highly trained and compassionate team specializes in providing private in-home care, helping adults whose health prevents them from keeping up with essential daily activities. If you have questions about private care or need to schedule an appointment, call the office or click the online booking feature today.
Private care covers two different benefits you’ll find at Elevation Homecare. It refers to a method of paying for the in-home care you or your loved one may need. It also summarizes their expertise in home-based care that is customized to support each person’s needs.
Private care, also called private duty home care, defines the heart of Elevation Homecare. They specialize in personalized, home-based care, giving older adults the comprehensive support they need to live at home instead of being forced into a long-term care facility.
Many adults need home care as a result of age-related health conditions like Alzheimer’s and dementia, chronic diseases, frailty, and limited mobility. But you could also need private in-home care if you’re temporarily immobilized after surgery, suffer a serious injury, or have a disability.
Elevation Homecare offers a wide range of in-home services, including:
Personal care covers all of your daily activities, helping you with everything from bathing, toileting, grooming, and dressing to preparing meals, doing laundry and light housework, running errands, and caring for pets.
Private care means that you can pay out-of-pocket or with a long-term care policy. Elevation Homecare accepts private pay, including credit cards, which is an important option because many private health insurance providers don’t cover non-medical home care services.
Beyond private pay, they accept Pennsylvania Office of Long-Term Living (OLTL) Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) waivers and programs, including:
Elevation Homecare also accepts American Veterans Care Connection (AVCC), America’s Choice Provider Network (ACPN), and several private insurance companies.
If you have any questions about how to pay for home-based care, don’t hesitate to call the office. They can answer your questions and schedule a consultation to determine the exact services you may need. Then they can tell you the precise cost and better guide your financial decisions.
To learn more about private care or to schedule a consultation, call Elevation Homecare or connect online to request an appointment today.