Planning & Paying
Let us help make a plan.
At Lifeline Homecare, we realize every individual, family and situation is different. It is our goal to provide adaptable service that fits your needs and your budget.
Start by speaking to our Homecare Navigator to share the circumstances where homecare can help your family. By drawing on the experience of serving many families, the Homecare Navigator will talk through several options for your consideration.
Once you have decided Lifeline Homecare can help in your situation, a free in-home or virtual (if preferred) consultation will be conducted to gather further details for a good caregiving match and schedule to be arranged.
Let us help you explore ways to pay.
Paying for homecare is often a concern. In some instances, it can get expensive. Lifeline Homecare offers a myriad of options allowing us to partner with families and their support network to make aging at home a possibility. We are happy to explore possible funding sources on behalf of our clients, just ask and we will check on coverage for you or refer you to resources that might be able to help.
Potential Options for Paying for Non-Medical Homecare Services.
- Private Pay (cash, check, credit card)
- Private Insurance
- Long-term Care Insurance
- Medicare Advantage Plans
- Veterans Homecare
- Veterans Aide & Attendance Benefits
- Support programs for low-income seniors
- Certain pension or employee benefit plans
- Worker’s compensation insurance (in some instances)
- Auto Insurance (in particular instances)
- Some Hospice and Medicaid waiver services
- Reverse Mortgages
- Life Insurance Policy conversion
To learn more about financial planning for aging, visit the National Institute of Aging website.