We’ve made our care options and cost information available to the public due to the following reasons:
We feel it’s disrespectful to make our Veterans, couples and surviving spouses ‘call for pricing’ (like most other agencies).
Our approach is to allow you to decipher which care option best fits your needs, then showcase our pay rates so you accurately and truthfully calculate your costs of care.
Like yourself, we don’t have time to waste on trying to determine the actual costs of home care service.
We’re not intimidated by competition trying to undercut our costs. Here’s why… The old saying rings true, ‘You get what you pay for,’ and it’s one of our mottos. So, if you find out we are priced a bit higher than some, that’s why. Our people make the difference!
Be cautious of companies that refuse to give pricing online or even over the phone. Why? Because when you make a call, they have office trained personnel to uncover your needs on your worst days. When this is determined, they increase their hourly rates because of it. Plus, you may find it difficult to get accurate pricing over the phone. Their goals are to invite themselves to your home, then upsell their services depending on your actual needs.
Veterans Aide at Home does not operate this way… instead, we allow you to determine your care option, then see actual pricing and attain your own estimates of care that is right for your budget. You will not find our staff upselling unnecessary services to your or your loved one… ever.
So, are you ready to calculate the real cost of your care?
If you are, please determine your care option below. Calculate the 36 hour minimum for an assessment to get a real quote. Our agency will put the budgeting control back in your hands.
Depending on what you or your loved ones’ needs, we have broken down three major care options for you to select from and they are:
Normal Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
Companionship – Meal Preparation – Light Housecleaning – Transportation – Medication Reminder – Hygiene Assistance – Ambulation
Cost – $29 per hour
Standard Care Scenario
80-year old, single Veteran that lives alone and needs help with normal activities of daily living.
36 hours monthly – 9 hours weekly – 1:45 hours per shift – M-F, 5 days a week
Estimated Monthly Invoice – $1,044
Normal Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), plus more aggressive assistance with:
Ambulation – Minor Incontinence Issues – Mild Memory Loss – Etc.
Cost – $31 Per Hour
Advanced Care Scenario:
88 years old – Widow of a Veteran – Lives with her daughter – Family needs respite care – Client has issues with incontinence
45 Hours of care monthly – 11.25 Hours weekly – 2.25 Hour shift – M-F, 5 Days a week
Estimated Monthly Invoice – $1,395
We offer assistance with:
Normal Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) – Memory-Loss Care – More aggressive ADLs – Moderate to high issues with ambulation – Incontinence – Sever to moderate Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Cost – $33 Per Hour
Memory-Loss Care Scenario
94 years old, Widow of a Veteran, Lives with her son, Family needs care provided throughout the week, Client is diagnosed with dementia
54 Hours monthly – 13.5 Hours weekly – 4.5 Hour per shift – M-F only – 3 Days a week
Estimated Monthly Invoice – $1,782
Regardless if you pay privately OR we tap into the VA benefit funds on your behalf, our care options and cost are the same.
Lastly, we hope our transparency and direct approach will give you or your loved one the facts, confidence and desire to let us work with you soon.
To learn more or if you want to schedule your free in-home assessment, contact us today!