At SeniCare Plus, we stand out as an exceptional home care services agency, not just fulfilling but exceeding the standards of care. With eight years as a premier boutique agency in the home care sector, we bring a distinct approach to home care assistance. We are proud to be a woman-owned and locally-operated business, delivering the highest quality of care to our clients. Specializing in Personal Care (ADLs), Alzheimer's and Dementia Care (Memory Care), and Hospice Care (End of Life Care), our services are designed to meet a broad spectrum of needs. Licensed by NYSDOH, we adhere to the highest industry standards and carry comprehensive insurance coverage, including General Business Liability, Medical Malpractice, and NYS Worker Compensation Insurance, offering you peace of mind. Serving Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Kings, and The Bronx, you can rest assured that with SeniCare Plus of Garden City, NY, as your chosen home care agency near you, your loved ones will receive the utmost care and attention from our dedicated team of professionals.
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Home care services refer to a range of support and assistance provided to individuals who prefer to receive care in the comfort of their own homes. These services are designed to help individuals maintain their independence and quality of life while receiving the necessary care and support they need.
It depends on the type of insurance coverage you have. Some long-term care insurance policies may cover home care services. Additionally, certain government programs like Medicaid or Veterans Affairs may provide coverage for eligible individuals. It's best to check with your insurance provider or a home care agency to understand your specific coverage options.
Home care is a range of services provided to individuals who want to stay in their own homes but need assistance with daily activities. It includes personal care, household tasks, and healthcare services as needed. A caregiver is a person who directly provides this care and support, which can involve assisting with daily tasks, offering companionship, and helping with household chores.
Yes, home care services can be tailored to your specific needs and preferences. A professional caregiver will work with you and your family to develop a personalized care plan that addresses your unique requirements. This flexibility allows you to receive the assistance you need while maintaining your independence and dignity.
Yes, SeniCare Plus offers services around the clock, including overnight care and live-in care. This ensures that caregivers are available to provide assistance and support whenever you need it.
Home care is beneficial for individuals of all ages who require assistance due to illness, injury, disability, or aging. It can provide support for those recovering from surgery, managing chronic conditions, or needing help with activities of daily living.
Yes, home care plans can be customized to meet the specific needs of the individual. The care provider will assess the individual's requirements and develop a personalized plan that addresses their unique situation.
Coverage for home care varies depending on the type of insurance and specific policy. It is recommended to review your insurance policy or contact your insurance provider to determine the extent of coverage for home care services.
To choose a home health care service, consider factors like the quality of care, expertise of the caregivers, and the range of services offered.
The benefits of home health care include comfort, convenience, personalized care, and cost-effectiveness.
Yes, if you find that the assigned caregiver is not meeting your needs or if you feel uncomfortable with them, you can request a different caregiver. Home care agencies understand that compatibility and trust are important, so they will work with you to find a suitable replacement caregiver who better matches your preferences and requirements.
The future of home health care is promising, with technological advancements, policy changes, and increased roles for families and caregivers.
Usually from 45 to 60 miniates.
A care plan involves a review of a person's needs by conducting a health assessment. The qualified assessor will also discuss and explore information with the client's family to establish what is most important for their loved one to ensure they can have as much of their independence as possible.
Your house can become an ideal environment for your loved one and the new caregiver.
The main services are Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). These are bathing/showering, dressing, getting in and out of bed or chair, walking, toilet activities, and eating. It can also include household chores such as light house cleaning, laundry, cooking meals, and dishwashing.
The four types of caregivers are Family caregivers, Private Duty Caregivers (Work Independently), Home Health Care Caregivers (Trained, Certified, and work under a Licensed Home Care Agency), and Virtual Caregivers.
Sixty years (60) of age and over are considered seniors
On the average across NY, the hourly rate is between $28.00 to $38.00
In case of an emergency, our protocol is to immediately dial 911 and then contact our administrator. We maintain an Emergency Contact list and instructions in the Client Binder. This includes all relevant information on contacts and instructions provided by the family.
Home health care services can range from personal care, medical care to specialized care for chronic conditions.
Long Term Care Insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid. Long Term Care Insurance Policies will provide for a daily expense toward the services that you require. Medicare will pay for only skilled care such as nursing and therapy services. Medicaid may cover some or all of the services medically required and can cover some type of Long Term Care for people who have limited income and meet their requirements.
Yes, all our caregivers are covered by our Medical Malpractice and General Liability insurance as well as NYS workers' compensation
The most common home care service is Personal Care. This includes all ADLs (Activities of Daily Living)
No Licensing is available but a certification is required in NYS. To provide home health care services in New York State, a person must complete an HHATP or competency evaluation program conducted only by an NYSED or NYSDOH-approved HHATP.