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Our referred caregivers provide services in the comfort of your home. This could be our live-in care or overnight care for our seniors and/or disabled people. It could also be someone with post-surgery care recuperating after a procedure and/or major illness.
However, our caregivers provide simple medication reminders or offer personal care services like helping Hearts 2 Home clients dress, and more that will increase with their age.
- Homemaking: light housekeeping, meal prep, laundry, etc.
- Companionship: incidental transportation, errands, safety and supervision, etc.
- Personal Care: help with bathing, grooming, dressing, etc.
Medicare/Medicaid and Home Health Insurance does not normally pay for home care services. These are almost always out-of-pocket expenses (unless you have long-term care insurance).
In-home visits/assessments are provided free of charge to anyone seeking to discuss their family’s needs.
We do not require a minimum amount of service or a long-term contract. The hours of service you request from Hearts 2 Home caregivers can vary each day and/or each week to best fit your needs. Your payment for services is weekly. You pay only for services requested. We do not require deposits.
Our rates vary based upon shift length, hours used per week, live-in vs. hourly, caregiver availability, etc. They also can vary based upon whether one is paying privately or using one of the special programs found above. Please call us for our current range.
*Note: Our H2H all-inclusive rate quotes include our caregiver charges, our office fees, and payment processing using auto debit to our client’s checking account. The caregiver portion is based upon the market rates our caregivers we have screened indicate they are willing to accept for shifts similar to those you are requesting. Our final caregiver portion is set by our caregivers that you choose to work with you.
Our H2H Caregivers Also Offer
- Dementia caused by Alzheimer’s, Lewy Bodies, Vascular, etc.
- Heart Disease
- Cerebral Palsy
- Hospice patients and those individuals needing additional assistance after a stay in rehab