Frequently Asked Questions
- What is a Home Health Aide (HHA)?
- How to become a Home Health Aide (HHA)?
- What does a Home Health Aide do? What are the duties of a Home Health Aide (HHA)?
- What is home care assistance?
- How to qualify for home care assistance?
- How to get a home care assistant?
- Who pays for home care?
- How to qualify for home health care?
- What is home health care?
- How to receive money for taking care of a loved one at home?
- What is hospice/palliative care?
- Who pays for hospice care at home?
- How to become a home care provider for veterans?
- What are home care services?
- Who qualifies for home health care services?
- What services does home health care provide?
- Who pays for home health care services?
- What are the options for home care for a patient with dementia?
- How to care for someone with dementia?
- What is dementia care?
- What is companion care?
- How much does companion care cost?
- What is companion care for the elderly?
- What is a senior care companion?
- What is respite care?
- Who pays for respite care?
- What is respite care for the elderly?
- How often can you get respite care?
Take charge of your home care
With our Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP), you can choose your own caregiver. Participants (or their families) develop and manage care plans, including interviewing, hiring, training and scheduling caregivers. This popular program gives participants who are disabled and need assistance with daily living activities more control over their care.To learn more
Learn how to earn money with our CDPAP programlearn more about CDPAP
Who pays for home care?
There are several alternatives for home care coverage. This can be done directly by the care recipients (i.e., the patients) or their close relatives or friends. Coverage by third parties is also possible, including public entities like Medicare or Medicaid, and private options like CHIC, Medigap insurance, etc.