When the demand for non-medical home care services arise many people find themselves unprepared for the cost. For individuals without Long-Term Care Insurance or Veteran Benefits private payment frequently is the sole method to cover the expense.
The great news is that Era Life Care can offer you different options that may assist with some or all of the cost. In addition, Era Life Care has professional and experienced staff that can assist or connect you with community and government organizations that may be able to provide low cost or free services to people who qualify.
Era Life Care understands that the unexpected cost may become a financial hardship. For that reason; Era Life Care works with individuals by creating an individual and customized Care Plan along with helping the coordination of other care resources. Era Life Care accepts cash, checks, credit cards or our Era Life Care gift cards as a form of payment.
At Era Life Care we understand the majority of people are most comfortable in their own home setting. Your long-term care policy may provide you with benefits to receive the home care service you need to allow you to remain living at home as long as possible, regardless of age or disability. Call Era Life Care today. Our Long-Term Care expert can assist you in verifying eligibility and activating your Long-Term Care Policy.
The Veteran Aid & Attendance Pension Program offers families and individuals an additional method of meeting their home care costs. For qualifying service members and their spouses, veterans who served during wartime and who are 65 years and older may qualify for benefits given by the Department of Veterans Affairs. This pension is part of the Veterans Benefit Program and was designed to provide financial aid for war veterans to help cover the cost of long-term care at home. Our Era Life Care staff is prepared to assist you with verification of benefits.
A reverse mortgage is a loan for senior homeowners that uses a portion of the home’s equity as collateral. The loan generally does not have to be repaid until the last surviving homeowner permanently moves out of the property or passes away. Please contact your financial advisor for more information. We can also assist you with referrals.
Workers’ compensation provides payment for medical care for employees who are injured in the course of work. If you’re scheduled for surgery or suffering with a debilitating illness or chronic disease due to a work related injury or were awarded medical benefits when settling your workers’ compensation claim you may qualify to receive home care services. These benefits may assist with your recovery from surgery and activities of daily living affected by your work related injury. Contact our Era Life Care, Intake Department to help coordinate authorization for home care services.