With private pay, or "self-pay" home care, you have the freedom and flexibility to choose the type of care that's right for you, so you can enjoy your golden years on your terms.Speak to a home care specialist
Whether you're looking for more services than your insurance covers, need to temporarily pay out of pocket until your policy kicks in, or plan on paying privately over the long-term, we're here to help.
Self-pay often unlocks a wider array of choices and opportunities. Here are some of the benefits of using our private pay option.
Private pay home care gives you more freedom to choose your caregiver based on preferences and compatibility, schedule visits as often as you need, and control how much you spend each month.
Depending on your needs and budget, we'll work with you and your doctor to develop an individualized care plan that may include a wide range of services: assistance with activities of daily living (such as meal preparation, housekeeping, and feeding), as well as companionship and transportation.
You can receive as much or as little support as you need to address your personal health circumstances and preferences.
With our private pay option, there are no bureaucratic hoops to jump through—you don't need approval from any medical professional to receive care. There are no eligibility requirements, and you are free to opt for short-term or long-term services.
In addition, Attending will take care of all necessary scheduling and paperwork, including insurance applications, invoicing and payroll, so the burden doesn't fall on you or your family.
Transitioning from private pay care to Medicaid can be overwhelming. But it's common for families to find themselves stuck in the middle: they can’t afford to continue paying for private care, but they aren’t quite ready to make the leap to Medicaid, either.
We understand that this can be a difficult time. We're here to guide you through this process, providing specialized support to make that transition as easy and seamless as possible, so your loved one can continue receiving care in the comfort of home, without interruption.