Paying For In-Home Care

We are a private company that does not accept any type of Medicare or Medicaid reimbursement for our services.  We accept the following forms as payment for our services:


  • Private/Family Pay
  • Automobile Insurance
  • Health Savings / Flexible Savings Account Funds
  • Reverse Mortgage Funds


  • Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Worker's Compensation Insurance
  • Veteran's Befefits Program



Outside help paying for in-home care services is limited and usually covers only short-term home health care needs. To be eligible for Medicare or Medicaid payment, an agency must meet certain federal standards and provide skilled nursing services. That means these programs do not pay for personal care or homemaker services alone. To be eligible for coverage under the programs you must be homebound and under a doctor's care.

Source : AARP (Website www.aarp.org


   Cost of Care:

   (Per 2010 MetLife Survey of Nursing Homes & Assisted Living Homes)

  • Philadelphia Area (increased 4% over 2009)

    • Nursing Home Semi-Private room average $266/day or $97,090/year

    • Nursing Home Private room average is $281/day or $102,565/year

    • Assisted Living Base rate average $3,818/month or $45,816/year

  • Some items that are not covered in Nursing Home daily rate are:

    • Pharmaceuticals / Drugs

    • Supplies (i.e. Attends/Diapers & Medical Supplies)

    • Telephone, Television / Cable TV and Personal Laundry

  • According to statistics from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, nursing-home patients, on average, receive a half-hour of care per day from a Registered Nurse (RN), plus 38 minutes from a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) and two hours and 18 minutes from a Nursing Aide (CNA) - CDC Study on Aging



237 Lancaster Ave. Suite 100 Devon, PA 19333 - Phone: 610-688-5001 - Fax: 610-688-5006