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Dayton Aging In Place

As a senior, you have the right to decide where you would like to age and many seniors are deciding to stay home. There are a growing number of services available to seniors so they can get the care they need while the stay in the comfort of their house. There are home health aides who can remind you to take your medication, take your vital signs, and help you with daily tasks like grooming and getting in and out of bed. Homemakers can help clean your house, prepare your meals, and even run errands if necessary. No matter if you live in Grafton Hill or St. Anne’s Hill, you can find these services all over Dayton.

How Do I Pay For Services?

There are a few options for payment so you don’t have to cover everything yourself and if your doctor has stated that you need help to stay in your house then you have even more options. Veterans can use their VA assistance and benefits to cover costs while seniors that are low-income can use their Medicaid benefits. Long-term insurance might also be able to help if you already have a policy. Ohio’s PASSPORT program is another option and if you qualify they might be able to cover some in-home care costs.

How Much Do These Services Cost?

The total cost is going to depend on a few things like where you live, the type of in-home care you need, and how frequently you use it. You can look at average costs though to get a better idea and the national average for in-home care is right around $3,800 per month.

The average costs in Dayton are fairly in line with the national average. The daily average cost for a homemaker is $118 while the daily average cost for an in-home health aide is $122. This comes out to about $3,575 to $3,718 per month. You can find services that are less expensive as well as more expensive and remember it will change if you use the service less or more frequently. No matter what, it will be less expensive than the $7,087 per month for a private room in a nursing home.

How Do I Find A Provider?

Make sure to do your research as you start your search for in-home care. You can ask trusted friends and close family members if they have some suggestions. The Better Business Bureau of Dayton is another good options because you can read user reviews.

You will want to ask each provider you look at some questions so you understand how they operate and what they can give you. You will want to know how they hire and screen their employees as well as if they have the proper licensing and are bonded. Ask about their payment options as well as how they schedule clients so you know everything before you sign a contract. Are These My Only Options?

No, in-home care is great because you can customize your services and you don’t have to use a homemaker or home health aide if that isn’t what works best for you. You can find some great services online that can help you however you need.

Need your house cleaned? Handy can help you find local house cleaners. Need your dog walked or a pet sitter? Rover.com is a great choice. TaskRabbit and Favor are great ways to find help with other chores and errands while Porch.com and Amazon Home Services can help you find people to help with house repairs or remodels. Just like with any service provider, ask questions and understand all services and fees before hiring anyone.

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