Out of pocket veteran home care assistance is not an easily affordable service – especially when some of the needs of these veterans are intense. There are services offered through Veteran Assistance including various levels of coverage in regards to service. These service levels include: Skilled home health care services, Homemaker and Home Health Aide services, Family Caregiver Program, and Home Telehealth. All of these services are specified for the needs of unique veterans. However, all veterans are different and there are many other veteran home care options that can be accessible by reaching out to different local home agencies.
- If you are one of America’s 20 million veterans in need of assisted living, you can explore a number of home care options.
- VA-provided services include care by a locally-based skilled provider, direct care by a staff of the VA, care by a family member, or telehealth.
- You can also access care through non-VA home care agencies like Visiting Angels.
“A homeowner or home health aide visits the veteran in the comfort of his or her home to provide regular in-home assistance. This can help delay the need for nursing home care or can offer respite for family caregivers.”
Read more about veteran home care options: https://senior.com/blogs/seniornews-com
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