What is private duty home care?

Private duty home care, or home healthcare service, provides assistance with personal care, companion care, homemaking and nursing services in a client’s place of residence.

Who pays for private duty home care?

There are multiple ways to pay for private duty home care. The most common methods for covering the cost of private duty home care is long-term care insurance, or out of pocket. We are happy to work with your insurance company to discuss your benefit plan and provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision on care needs. We can also bill the insurance company directly, where applicable.

Are your services available for the elderly in nursing homes or assisted living facilities?

Yes, we provide services wherever clients reside. We also work with facilities to provide bundled service offerings to their residents—contact us to see if we’re already in partnership with your community.

How do I get started?

Give Home Care Central a call at (855) 636-CARE (2273). Once we have basic information on your interests, we can schedule a complimentary assessment to determine your needs for in home care services.

What happens if my caregiver is sick?

We staff multiple employees who can meet your every care need. If one caregiver is sick, another is always available.