Everyday Home Care is a family-run business and we treat our caregivers and our clients like family. Our in-home needs assessment evaluates your requirements and allows you to meet our staff. All our caregivers are fully trained, background checked, insured and bonded.
We will be there for you 24 hours of everyday. In addition to Homemaking, Personal and Companion Care, when the situation calls for it we can also provide Live-in, Overnight and Respite Care.
Caring for a sick or elderly loved one is very demanding and can take a toll on family members. Below are links to resources that may be helpful.
Everyone wants to remain in their homes. Aging in place is more affordable when compared to adult day services, assisted living or nursing home care. There are a number of options for paying for non-medical home care.
This type of insurance provides valuable assistance as seniors age and require more help with daily living. We will be happy to help you evaluate eligibility and to process benefits.
Another way to reduce home care costs is provided by the Veteran Affairs Aid & Attendance Pension program. Qualifying veterans and their spouses, can receive up to $1,704 per month to a veteran, $1,094 per month to a surviving spouse or $2,020 per month to a couple. Check with the Veterans Administration for more detailed information. We can provide assistance when applying for VA or VA Spousal benefits.
The OAA provides federal funds for state and local social service programs that enable frail and disabled older individuals to remain independent in their communities. This funding covers home health care, personal care, chore, escort, meal delivery, and shopping services for individuals with significant need who are 60 years of age and older. The Area Agency on Aging can provide information on such funding opportunities.
The client funds their own care through social security, pensions, family contributions and/or savings.