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Scottsdale Aging In Place

Your home is where you feel most comfortable and if you’re like most seniors, you want to stay there as long as possible. Aging in place services give you the freedom to stay at home and get the care you need instead of moving into a nursing home or assisted living facility. There are home care services for every need like homemakers who will clean your house, run your errands, and prepare your food or home health aides that can help you get in and out of bed, move with ease around your house, and monitor any pre-existing health conditions. All of these options give you the chance to enjoy your home in Scottsdale even more.

Who Pays For These Services?

If your doctor has told you that to stay in your home you need to have help, then you can get some of your services reimbursed or possibly covered. Veterans can avoid paying out of pocket by using their VA benefits, just make sure to check your coverage, so you use approved providers. The city of Scottsdale also has a list of senior services seniors that they will provide seniors if needed. That might include homemakers, meal delivery services, transportation options, and more.

How Much Will These Services Cost?

There are a few factors that will go into the total cost of your home care. First, where you live will play a significant role and so will the type of services you need. How often you use these services can lower or raise your total cost as well.

Nationally, the average for homemaker and home health aide services is right around $123 per day or $3,800 per month. In Scottsdale, this average is slightly higher with homemakers costing around $3,813 per month and home health aides costing around $4,063 per month. That cost breaks down into about $125 to $134 per day. Keep in mind that these are just average prices and you can find providers that will cost less and more than these numbers.

What Should I Look For In A Provider?

The most important thing when you’re looking for a provider is to find a company that meets all of your needs while also making you feel comfortable and secure with their services. Your friends and family members might be able to give you a few suggestions, but you can also go online. The Better Business Bureau of Arizona is a great place to look at each company you’re interested in and read customer reviews.

You should call each provider that you like so you can ask a few questions and get a better sense of their services. Every place you look at should be properly licensed, and you want them also to be insured and bonded. It’s also important that the provider does some background check on their employees or have a screening process so there are only reliable and safe workers. Finally, ask about their payment and scheduling procedures, so you know when you have to call for services and how and when they expect payment. Don’t sign a contract until you’re completely ready for these people to be in your home helping you.

Do I Have Other Care Options?

Yes! Homemakers and home health aides aren’t the only in-home care choices you have. Fortunately, numerous concierge type services can help you with whatever you need. If you have a computer and the internet, you can find someone to clean your house, deliver a nutritious meal, and even walk your dog.

For pet owners, Rover.com can help you find pet sitters and dog walkers. Taskrabbit and Favor are good sites if you need someone to assist you with your dry cleaning, organizing your bills, or any other errand you need. Porch.com and Amazon Home Services will help you find people to repair your house, add safety features to make it more accessible, and any other home improvement need you might have.

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