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The Cost Of Private Homecare

When considering private homecare, families often ask about the costs involved. It’s understandable – the answer varies depending on the type of care required and individual clients. The best way to get a more accurate idea of what you or your loved one can expect to pay is to speak with our professional care coordinator. They can provide personalized information and help you make informed decisions.

Paying for private homecare can be a concern for many families. However, there are various options available, and researching them based on your financial situation is essential. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns. We’re here to help you navigate your options and find the most advantageous way to pay for care.

The most common options to pay for senior care include:

Most families pay for private homecare for a loved one out of pocket. This is true of many senior care services, including assisted living. While private homecare is typically more affordable than facility care, costs are determined based on the type of care and the number of hours a client needs. We recommend that anyone interested in finding out more contact our office to discuss what would be included in a custom care plan, and whether personal care, companionship or respite care is needed.

Determining out-of-pocket costs and how to minimize them is best done after considering all your options.

Long-term care insurance can help pay the costs of care. For seniors that do have long-term care insurance, contact our office with questions about the paperwork needed to start using this specialized type of coverage.

The Georgia Pediatric Program is a Medicaid program that provides FREE services to medically fragile children under the age of 21 in need of skilled nursing care and personal care support, in their homes. Services are approved based on the child’s medical needs, and families who are eligible for Medicaid can apply for GAPP at any time.

Contact our office for assistance with applying for GAPP.

Medicaid, the largest public payor for long-term care, may cover some home care services. For more information, contact our office or your county Area Agency on Aging (AAA) office with questions regarding homecare services coverage. 

Accepted Coverages

Methods Of Payment

Private homecare for a loved one is typically more affordable than facility care, but costs vary based on the care needed. Contact our office to discuss a custom care plan and options for personal care, companionship or respite care. Minimize out-of-pocket costs by considering all your options

The Community Care Services Program (CCSP) is a Medicaid home and community based waiver services program that provides community-based social, health and support services to eligible consumers as an alternative to placement in a nursing home. The Georgia Department of Community Health’s (DCH) Division of Medicaid contracts with Georgia’s 12 Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) to administer the program statewide.

Available Services

Eligible consumers may receive a combination of Medicaid-funded CCSP and other community services.

  • Adult Day Health – Medically supervised group day program at an adult day health center, which can include physical, occupational or speech therapy.
  • Alternative Living Services – State licensed personal care homes, providing 24-hour personal care supervision.
  • Emergency Response Services – In-home, 24-hour electronic two-way communication system that calls for help in an emergency.
  • Home-delivered Meals – Nutritionally balanced meals delivered to the home.
  • Home-delivered Services – Skilled nursing and therapy services provided in the home as a continuation of the member’s home health benefit.
  • Out-of-Home Respite Care – Temporary relief for the primary care giver responsible for full-time care, provided in a personal care home or an adult day health center.
  • Personal Support Services – In-home services such as personal care, meal preparation, light housekeeping, shopping and in-home respite services.

Service Options Using Resources in a Community Environment (SOURCE) links primary medical care and case management with approved long-term health services in a person’s home or community. All SOURCE clients must be eligible for full Medicaid and meet nursing home level of care.

SOURCE operates under authority of the Georgia Elderly and Disabled 1915c Medicaid Waiver and provides Home-and Community-Based Services to frail elderly and physically disabled people who meet the Intermediate Nursing Home Level of Care.

The Georgia Pediatric Program is a Medicaid program that provides FREE services to medically fragile children under the age of 21 in need of skilled nursing care and personal care support, in their homes. Services are approved based on the child’s medical needs, and families who are eligible for Medicaid can apply for GAPP at any time.

Contact our office for assistance with applying for GAPP.

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