Private pay

Private pay home care is home care that you or your loved ones pay for out of existing assets or savings. This type of care is sometimes referred to as “private duty” or “out-of-pocket care.”

Senior care can be expensive, and many families are worried about how they will cover the costs of home care or assisted living for an aging loved one.

Private pay, or out-of-pocket care, is the most common way for people to pay for home care.

Types of Private Pay Services

In Home Care

In-home care services can help someone who is aging and needs assistance to live independently; is managing chronic health issues; is recovering from a medical setback; or has special needs or a disability.

Dementia care

Live-in care empowers those with dementia to lead as fulfilling a life as ever.

Dementia is a collection of symptoms which affects mental processes in a number of ways, from impaired communication to memory loss.

With the right care and attention, those living with dementia can have the opportunity to continue to live their life to the fullest – continuing with their favourite activities, remaining in their home and enjoying time with their friends and family.

With a live-in carer, your loved one has someone on hand to help them manage their condition night and day. All in the comfort, security and familiarity of a home they’ve always known.

Dementia care is a specialist support system which is designed to support those living with dementia – it is provided by carers who are experienced and trained in caring for someone with dementia.

Hospice care

A program that gives special care to people who are near the end of life and have stopped treatment to cure or control their disease. Hospice offers physical, emotional, social, and spiritual support for patients and their families. We are able to give prescribed medications under the guidance of the hospice agency nurse.

Mental Health

This includes services devoted to the treatment of mental illnesses and the improvement of mental health in people with mental disorders or problems

Respite care

Respite care provides short-term relief for primary caregivers. It can be arranged for just an afternoon or for several days or weeks. Care can be provided at home, in a healthcare facility, or at an adult day center.