Home health care meets the needs of individuals requiring assistance at home. It is important to know the difference between medical and non medical services.
Home Health Care offers skilled nursing and rehabilitation services in the individuals own home. Medical Home health care is typically prescribed by an attending doctor, a registered nurse, or certified nurse's assistant upon discharge from a hospital or rehab facility. Whether you are recovering from an injury or surgery or managing a chronic condition, care providers are medically trained to administer medical services, like catheter care, prescription medication management, injections, and wound care right at home. Costs for this type of care may be covered by your Medicare benefits or Long Term Care Insurance.
Personal Home Care offers non-medical home care. Care can be around the clock, 24 hours a day, or intermittent, depending on the need. Services provided include assistance with (ADL's) or Activities of Daily Living), such as meal preparation, medication reminders, bathing, toileting, dressing, housekeeping, transportation and companionship. Agencies typically require a 4 hour minimum and costs for this type of care in Arizona average about $25 per hour.
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