Pricing for services

Our desire is to provide phenomenal care at a great value. For the peace of mind that our services provide, you would be surprised at how affordable they are. Our home care prices vary depending on the type of care that you need and the area you live in. In an effort to go above and beyond the expected our hourly rate includes our customized care plan, home safety-check, and caregiver matching.

Please fill out the form below for an exact quote for your needs and location.

 

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How much help do you need?

The pricing for our in-home care services varies depending on the number of care hours you need per day and the type of care that is needed. We are equipped to handle all ranges of care, from just a few hours a day to live-in 24/7 care. We are also pleased to provide respite care for your loved ones allowing you some much needed time for yourself, and we even offer a special travel program for when you need assistance traveling with your loved one, or when they want to travel alone.

Below we’ve listed a few common examples of the type and amount of care that your loved one may need. Of course, your personal situation may not look exactly this, and will likely fall somewhere in-between these scenarios. Whatever your personal situation is we are prepared and happy to help. Fill out the form above to request a personalized price quote.

Example 1: Melton needs 4 hours of care per day

Melton is mostly independent and enjoys living at home, but because of his age, or perhaps because of surgery, needs a little with daily tasks. This would likely include transportation to and from Doctor’s appointments, errands like grocery shopping, light housekeeping, and meal prep.

Example 2: Betty needs 12 hours of care per day

Betty may live full time with her son/daughter who serves as her primary caregiver, but due to Alzheimer’s Disease or severe disability, she needs assistance throughout out the day while her son/daughter is at work. Since she can’t be left alone she also needs assistance while her son/daughter is attending to evening activities and responsibilities.

Example 3: Frank needs 24/7 live-in care

Frank desires to live in his home but does not live with someone who is able to care for him. In this situation, 24/7 care can be provided via rotating shifts, or a live-in situation can be arranged. This arrangement best benefits patients with major health issues, paralysis due to stroke, or dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Caregivers help with all aspects of personal and companion care including personal hygiene, toileting, light housekeeping, transportation, meal prep, feeding, and daily tasks.