Prior to a discussion of home care payment options, it is helpful to differentiate between home care and home health care. Home Care Aides provide custodial care; they help persons with their activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, housekeeping and transportation. This is also referred to as personal care, attendant care, non-medical care and companion care.

Pain management- Pain management is important for ongoing pain control. Our nursing staff will work with your providers to ensure that your chronic or long-term pain will be managed.

Medication teaching and management- Your prescribers may give you a new medication that may have side-effects you are unaware of. Let our nursing team help you understand the importance of the different medications you may be on.

Monitoring vital signs- Our nursing staff can assist you monitoring you blood pressure as needed for certain medications and report back to your primary doctor if needed.

Foot care for non-diabetics- As we age, the toenails can become thicker making it more difficult for families to care for the nails. For our non-diabetic clients, we offer foot clinics in home for a cost of $10.00, call (603) 931-3633 today to set up an appointment with one of our nurses.

Payment options—-We accept cash, check, and credit card payments. If you are having difficulty with paying for Home Care our Social Workers may be able to assist you with finding other recourses for you to pay. You can also use this helpful information listed below, or in our helpful links. https://www.payingforseniorcare.com/longtermcare/paying-for-home-care.html#title1