PRIVATE DUTY

A personal caregiver can come to your home to provide the necessary support needed for you or your loved one to stay in the comfort of your home.

  • Personal safety and socialization companions
  • Support after a hospital stay
  • In-home respite services while family is away
  • Feeding, bathing, dressing, and personal care assistance
  • Escorts for doctors appointments and outings including transportation set up if needed
  • Household chores, laundry, errands, and meal prep including grocery shopping
  • Client and family education regarding safety and disease process

What is Private Duty Home Care?

Private Duty Home Care is for individuals who want to remain in the comfort of their home, yet need assistance with daily living chores and/ or personal care assistance. These services can eliminate unnecessary hospitalizations and facilitate a safe environment for your loved one. A personal caregiver can come to your home to provide the necessary support that will foster independence and provide family members reassurance that your physical, social, spiritual, emotional, and recreational needs are being met.

Who pays for Private Duty Home Care Services?

Private Duty Home Care Services are billed directly to the patient, family member, or trustee. Other payee sources include: select long-term care policies or worker’s compensation.