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Irving Aging In Place

If given a choice, most seniors would choose to stay in their homes to get the care they need, as they get older. Aging in place might sound a little funny, but these services allow you to do just that: stay at home while still getting health care and other services. If you need help cleaning, doing laundry, or running your errands, you can get a homemaker. If you need help getting out of bed, taking medication, and monitoring health conditions, you can get a home health aide. Irving is your home, and aging in place services make it possible to stay there as long as you can.

Finding Payment For Services

There is a good chance you won’t have to pay for all of your in-home care services all on your own. A doctor can state that you need the care to stay safely in your home and that can help you get reimbursed for any in-home care services. If you’re a veteran, you can use your VA benefits to find approved providers in your area. The Texas Department of Disability and Aging Services is another option, and qualified seniors can get help paying for home improvements or repairs, homemakers, and other home health services.

The Cost Of In-Home Care

There are many different in-home care options, and they can each cost different amounts. Your location and how often you use in-home care can also change your total cost. On average, the nation pays around $3,800 per month for in-home care services like homemakers and home health aides.

In Irving, the average is very close to national averages at $3,813 per month for both homemakers and home health aides. The daily cost comes out to about $125, and when you compare it to $203 per day for a private room in a nursing home, it is much less. You should also keep in mind that you can find providers in Irving that are more or less than the averages here and you can find a place that meets your budget.

Finding Irving Providers

You can start your search for a provider in Irving by talking with your doctor or other health care providers to see if they have any referrals. Your friends and family members can also give you some good suggestions, or you could go online and look at sites like the Better Business Bureau of Irving. You will get a better sense of their company, and you can even read previous customer’s reviews of the business.

It’s important that you ask your own questions before you make a final decision on providers. You want to choose a place that is licensed and bonded and has insurance. You also want to choose a place that carefully screens their employees, so you know that all people in your home will be safe and trustworthy. Each provider might have a different procedure when it comes to scheduling clients or accepting payments so make sure you’re clear on that before you sign a contract.

Extra In-Home Care

Nothing says that you have to use a homemaker or home health aide and the great thing about in-home care is you can customize your care to exactly what you need. The growth of concierge services and online providers has made it easier than ever to find the type of care you need to go about your daily routine.

If you have a dog or other pet, you should check out Rover.com for local sitters and dog walkers. Favor and TaskRabbit allow you to search for people to help with your everyday errands and tasks like picking up your dry cleaning or organizing a messy room. Your house might need more care than you can handle and Handy can help you find house cleaners, Porch.com can help you find contractors to complete repairs or remodels, and Amazon Home Services is great for finding people to take care of your lawn or fix your car.

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