Elderly home care typically is a non-medical service that allows seniors to thrive and stay in their own home with aide from an elderly caregiver. Elderly caregivers assist seniors at home with activities of daily living (ADL’s) such as meal preparation, light housekeeping, bathing, grooming, and mobility assistance.
In the state of Connecticut, there are a few paths seniors can take to get home care. Elderly can use their Medicaid program, apply for the CT Home Care Program, our utilize our affordable rates for services. Seniors or their loved ones can contact us to get the process started.
Elderly Home Care is not only more cost-efficient than nursing facilities but allows seniors to thrive in their own home and way of life. Seniors can devise an affordable plan of care with flexible payment options from Companions Forever.
(CHCPE) is a program designed to assist aging Connecticut residents who are at risk of nursing home placement. This program provides qualified seniors who require medical and personal care to remain living at home instead of being placed in a nursing facility. Financial eligibility is met through state-funded or a Medicaid waiver. Click here to learn more about the program.
Medicare cannot pay for non-medical elderly home care services but depending on your Medicaid, you may get reimbursed for a portion of your service fees.
Yes, Companions Forever conducts extensive background checks on all our elderly caregivers. Our caregivers are also insured and are matched to the needs of the senior.
A plan of care is developed by the senior, their family, and a Companions Forever Client Relations team member. Each plan of care is unique to the elderly’s needs such as diet, hobbies, tasks for the home, and required assistance with daily activities.
Companions Forever does offer live-in services which provide 24/7 care to seniors. Our Client Relations team is available 24/7 for emergencies.
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