At Home Care
Life here is different.
We provide the peace of mind that comes with assistance in your home – or even within a nursing facility or hospital – by our professional and courteous certified nursing assistants (CNAs).
Aldersgate At Home is dedicated to providing quality, reliable and cost-effective care. Our team helps our clients maintain an active lifestyle and independence to the greatest extent possible in the comfort of their own homes. We are also here to give family caregivers added support as needed – personalized care to ensure your comfort, safety or peace of mind.
We are private pay, but also will assist in filing your Long Term Care Insurance that may cover our services. Aldersgate At Home is available to those living on our campus or neighborhoods nearby. We bring the experience and compassion of Aldersgate to you.
At-Home Care FAQs
What does home care do?
Home Care provides clients and their loved one’s with peace of mind knowing that qualified staff are fulfilling needs and overseeing their plan of care every day.
Our RN provides one-on-one visits with clients to ensure each client has an individualized/updated care plan that is tailored to fit personal needs.
Our Certified Nursing Aides follow the individualized care plan the Nurse constructs in order to fulfill client needs in the comfort of their own home.
What services does home care provide?
- If needed, 24/7 services provided by Certified Nursing Aides.
- Staff are trained in caring for individuals suffering with Alzheimer’s and Dementia
- Activities of daily living care (dressing, bathing, toileting, grooming), medication reminders, cooking/meal delivery, light housekeeping, transportation to appointments, dog walking, companionship.
- Assistance after surgery/ Post-operative care in home
- Assist with hospice and end of life care
Is home healthcare covered by Medicare?
Home healthcare is covered by Medicare and insurance when it is prescribed by a physician. Can be an ongoing service if someone wants to pay out of pocket. Most of the time this service has an insurance cap or ends after patients reaches their baseline.
What is home health care?
Home Health “Medical Care” – Therapy (physical, occupational, speech) and skilled nursing services, administration of medications (may include injections), wound care, monitors health status, pain management. Individuals utilize home health services after a short-term rehab stay in a skilled nursing facility.
- Activities of daily living including dressing, bathing, grooming and other
- Medication reminders
- Cooking and/or meal delivery
- Light housekeeping including making beds, washing dishes, laundry, taking out the trash, etc.
- Transportation service including shopping and errands