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Think You Can't Afford In-Home Senior Care? Think Again

At Senior Helpers, we know that getting your elderly loved one the in-home senior care they need is your number one priority. The goal for every loving caregiver is to allow their parent or loved one to remain in their own home, as independent as possible, with every ounce of dignity they have.

But you shouldn't have to completely break the bank to get that help. We've explored some of these options in detail before on the Senior Helpers blog, but we wanted to take a moment to remind our clients that they have options that don't include completely draining their savings accounts.

Here's a look at a few of the items highlighted on our website that can help you fund the senior care and prepare for long-term services:

  • Long-term care insurance
  • Reverse mortgages
  • Veterans administration
  • Additional state and local programs
  • Viatical life settlements
  • Flexible funding options

Of course, those aren't the only payment resources available, and it would be wise to look into your options further. Plus, some insurance providers will even cover (or help cover) the cost of in-home senior care under certain circumstances.

Ultimately, we're here to help take some stress away from you and give your elderly loved ones comfort, but if financing becomes a burden, that can't happen. Be sure to contact us to speak with a representative and get a better grasp of how we can help.

Free Resources

Additionally, we also offer a few free resources that can help aid family and loved ones who are giving care to the seniors in their life. Among those resources include free DVDs put together by Senior Helpers to help educate caregivers taking care of loved ones who suffer from Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and dementia.

Plus, we've partnered with several national charitable foundations to set up resource centers that are chalk-full of helpful knowledge, training, and other resources. For example, we've partnered with the Alzheimer's Foundation of America (AFA) to establish local resource centers, called AFA C.A.R.E.S. Affiliates, whose staff serve as community educators and who are trained as AFA Qualified Dementia Care Providers to assist families in navigating the caregiving journey.

For more on what that partnership provides, as well as our partnerships with several other high-profile non-profit partners, click here

If you're in need of a caregiver for your elderly loved one, contact us today to speak with a representative and join our growing family of terrific senior helpers.