Frequently Asked Questions

What Are The Benefits of Assurance Home Care?

People who are aging, disabled, recuperating from surgery, or just need a little assistance feel better in their own environment and familiar surroundings. Family members may also contribute care, and staying home helps maintain independence and dignity. In addition, the one-to-one nature of home health care meets their physical needs while also providing companionship. Another benefit is a pre-screened, pre-credential verfied care giver.

Who Pays For Home Care?

The costs of care may be met by a variety of sources. Clients may have Long-Term Care Insurance, Worker’s Compensation, Auto Insurance, Disability Benefits, Private Insurance, Home Equity, or Veterans Benefits that will help pay for services. We help you in every way by working with your insurance company to secure payment. We also accept CCE, Title IIB, Viste and Medicaid waiver patients. Finally, the client, family, or a trust fund may also pay directly for services and there is never a deposit or upfront fees. You are billed after services are rendered.

Do I Need A Doctor’s Order to Receive Care?

No. Services begin and end when the client decides. There is not a prescription or physicians order required.

How Quickly Can I Get Help?

Usually, care will begin within a 48 hour period and in the event of an emergency the same day.The more notice we have allows us more time to provide a better match for your loved one.

Can I Meet My Caregiver in Advance?

Yes, you will have the opportunity to meet your caregiver(s) beforehand and decide who meets your individual needs.

Are Their a Minimum Number of Hours Required?

The home care plan is based on the clients desires as well as making sure the care plan can be carried out in a safe manner for the client. Services can be provided from 2-24 hours a day, seven days week. There are no minimum days or hours required. There is also not a commitment to a minimum term or duration of care. There are no upfront costs or a deposit required. You are simply billed after service has been rendered.