1.) COMPANION CARE
With this service you or your loved one will have a companion at your side - and best of all it will be from the comfort of your own home! Our service is designed to make you or your loved one feel as comfortable, dignified and happy as possible by helping with simple household tasks that make life more comfortable.
2.) PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANT
Our staff is caring and dedicated to forming special bonds with each client, becoming part of the family. If your loved one is worried about losing independence, we will adjust to their lifestyle while taking care of everyday needs such as:
3.) SKILLED NURSING CARE
With this service you will have a specialized and highly qualified nurse at home for your daily care. Our medical home health care team of skilled nurses can accommodate complex medical conditions. A Registered Nurse Case Manager oversees all medical home care, ensuring strict adherence to medical standards. The following are some of our medical home care services:
4.) LIVE-IN CARE
When it becomes too challenging to live alone, Signature Healthcare is available 24/7. We can ensure your safety and health at all times. We work one on one with you to ease the process of determining how to properly take care of your loved one with the right amount of care. A supervisory Registered Nurse will oversee and integrate individual care so you or your loved one can remain in the comfort of your own home. Our aides will compassionately tend to personal cares, mobility needs, meal preparation, medication reminders, light housekeeping and household tasks. Live-in aides have a wide and varying degree of experience in caring for seniors and those medically compromised.
Deciding how to pay for home care can be stressful and confusing, but Signature Healthcare is here to ensure you understand every step of the process. There are multiple ways you and your family can pay for home care services, including:
Most often, clients pay for non-medical homecare services directly using savings, retirement or pensions funds, or outside assistance from family.
If a loved one has a long-term care insurance policy, he or she can often use the benefits to pay for home care services.
While some insurance companies pay for all or part of home health care services, it is rare that homecare services which include caregiving or private professional services, such as nursing or therapy are covered. If you are unsure whether your insurance will pay for private home care services, just give us a call - we know how confusing it can be! We are here to take away as much stress as possible when arranging private home care, especially at a difficult time.