Flawless Family Home Care is happy to provide seniors with non-medical in-home caregiving services, tailoring our services to their unique needs. We understand and respect that a sense of independence is vital to seniors, and it’s that understanding that forms the foundation of everything we do.

Making the decision to choose in-home care can seem overwhelming at times. But don’t panic—our professional senior care experts will help guide you through the process to ensure compassionate care and comfort at a moment’s notice for your loved one. One of the most common concerns for families is affordability and payment options. Are home care services covered by Medicare or health insurance? Are there any benefits to help Veterans pay for home care? Can life insurance help? Can we use home equity to help pay for the care?

We work with families just like yours that are starting to learn about the benefits of in-home care. As trusted experts in senior care, we can help you and your loved ones navigate the often-complicated maze of senior care options. We strive to provide you with straightforward answers to assist you in making the most informed decisions. There are many options available to help you pay for home care services.

Private Pay: Your loved one may have savings or supplementary income available that can help pay for home care, assisted living, or nursing home care. Often, family members may contribute to the cost of care for their loved one.

Long Term Care (LTC) Insurance: A Long-Term Care insurance policy can help to offset the cost of home care or assisted living care. We can help you evaluate the policy to see if it covers Senior Helpers’ services.

Veteran’s Aid & Attendance Pension Benefit: Eligible veterans and surviving spouses may be eligible for up to $2,266* per month for health care expenditures. We can help you evaluate this option to see if your loved ones may qualify, and if so, apply for this little-known benefit. *2020 rate for Veterans with Dependents

Reverse Mortgage: Reverse mortgages can be very useful for homeowners aged 62 and older whose home is their principal residence and who have a high amount of equity in the home. Evaluate this option with a reputable Reverse Mortgage Specialist.

Whole Life Insurance Policies: Whole life policies are designed to build cash value and as cash value builds up, it is often possible to borrow against the policy while keeping insurance in effect. Contact your insurance agent to discuss your needs and possible options.

Our goal is to handle all of the home care details so you can concentrate on spending quality time with your loved one.

Even if you are hundreds of miles away, you can trust that we will treat your loved one with the dignity, respect, and compassion they deserve.

We look forward to providing your loved one with the help they require to continue living independently at home.

Contact us so that we may review the programs available to you in our area.

What services do you offer?

Our caregivers help with all non-medical duties, such as:

  • Activities of daily living (ADLs):
    • Bathing
    • Feeding
    • Dressing
    • Grooming
    • Incontinence care
    • Mobility: ambulation and transfers
    • Toileting
  • Meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Transportation to doctors
  • Errands and grocery shopping
  • Medication reminders
  • Companionship and supervision
  • Morning wakeup
  • Assistance with long-term care insurance claims

How do I get started?

In order to best help you and your family with the process, we offer a no-cost, no-obligation caregiver services assessment, which includes:

  • In-home survey
  • Needs evaluation
  • In-home plan recommendation
  • Start-up timeline

It all starts with a phone call to us!

Do you offer custom care plans?

Yes. Each client’s needs are unique, which is why we create a custom care plan for each client that is designed to give them the help they need while maximizing resources.

Are your caregivers certified?

Yes. We carefully screen all members of our staff, offer continuing education classes to caregivers, and perform thorough background and driving checks. All of our caregivers are bonded and insured.

Will I always have the same caregiver?

We make every effort to pair your loved one with the same caregiver. If situations arise where you need more hours of service than one caregiver can provide, we will schedule the same team of caregivers with your loved one.

Flawless Family Home Care is committed to connecting your loved one with the best senior care provider possible so they can thrive in their home environment while remaining safe, happy, and healthy!

Is home care right for me/ my loved one? What symptoms should I be looking for?

If you have experienced any of the following, it may be time to start looking into home care:
  • A history of falls
  • Weight loss,
  • diminished appetite,
  • unwillingness to prepare meals
  • Problems with walking or balance,
  • getting up or down, or in and out of bed
  • Diminished driving skills or a recent car accident
  • Changes in personal grooming or hygiene
  • No longer remembers to take their medications or at the proper times of the day.
  • A cluttered or unclean home
  • Unpaid bills or paperwork piling up
  • A loss of interest in socializing or in activities that were once enjoyed Confusion, memory loss, difficulty concentrating, or changes in personality

Contact Flawless Family Home Care

To learn more about the services we offer here at Flawless Family Home Care, contact us today at (855) 815-1585.

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