When you or someone you love has a health care set back, it is only natural to want the best for them. Wanting what is best for them entails making sure they are both happy, healthy and safe at home. Often times family members expressed how stubborned their loved ones are, how they do not wish to have any help at home. It is difficult to allow any stranger into one’s home, but many times family members pull resources and compromise with their aging parent with the help of home care. When a healthcare crisis occurs, family members often turn to hiring a non-medical home care professional.
What is Considered Non-Medical Home Care?
Non-Medical Home Care personnel are individuals who are licensed caregivers capable of providing care in a patient’s home. The caregivers can be licensed home health aides or certified nursing assistants. The caregivers have knowledge and training of how to properly transfer, groom and take care of the elderly and disabled.
What’s the Cost for Non-Medical Home Care?
The cost for home care varies based on the type of care services you are requiring and the geographic location. The national average tends to be around $21 to $23 an hour with a four hour minimum per shift.
Other Known Terms for Non-Medical Home Care: Private Duty, Home Health Care, Companion Care, Sitter Service, or Custodial Care
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