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FAQ Video Series: Home Care in Southern New Jersey
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Paying for In-Home Care
Video 1: Does Medicare or Health Insurance pay for in-home care?
Video 2: Does Long-Term Care Insurance pay for in-home care?
Video 3: How much does home care cost?
Video 4: How do people pay for in-home care services?
Video 5: Does the home care agency pay the caregiver’s state and federal taxes, or am I responsible?
Deciding on Types of Care Services
Video 6: How do I know if my aging loved one is ready for home care services?
Video 7: What is the difference between home healthcare services and private duty home care services?
Video 8: What should I be looking for in a Home Care Agency?
Video 9: What is the difference between in-home care and senior housing options like assisted living?
Video 10: What is the difference between in-home care and adult day care services?
Differences in Home Care Services
Video 11: What is the difference between a Home Health Aide and a Personal Companion?
Video 12: What is Live-In Care and how do I find a caregiver who will live in the home?
Video 13: If my aging loved one needs care 24 hours a day, is there a difference in cost between a live-in caregiver and paying for hourly care?
Video 14: Do some home care agencies specialize in Alzheimer’s Care at home?
Video 15: What is “Respite” care and does every home care agency provide that type of care?
Safety with In-Home Care Services
Video 16: Do all home care agencies do background checks on their caregivers?
Video 17: Is drug screening a requirement for all home care agency caregivers?
Video 18: What does “bonded and insured” mean, and is that an important requirement for home care agencies?
Video 19: What about licensing? Do all home care agencies need to be licensed?
Video 20: What happens if a caregiver does not show up for their shift?
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