Phone Contact: 1-888-979-9528
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Address Contact: 1823 Old Ocilla Rd, Tifton GA
Lifestyle Options Offered: In-Home Care Services
About Careone Home Health Services
Located in Tifton, GA, Careone Home Health Services is a senior living community offering In-Home Care Services. Average costs for skilled nursing care in North Carolina start at $120.00 per night with an average cost of $177.00 for private accommodations, while the costs for assisted living communities range from $1,773.00 per month with an average cost of $3,116.00.
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More detailed description:
Careone Home Health Services provides quality In-Home care. There are two types of in-home care: medical, which is considered "skilled", or non-medical (sometimes called "custodial"), which is for any non-medical support services delivered to a patient's residence. Medical in-home care services provided generally cover any medical care needs such as medication administration, whereas non-medical care services assist with day-to-day living needs (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, and meals. These services may also cover transportation, keeping up with bills, appointments, or even companionship and emotional support.
Home Care provided by services like Careone Home Health Services are generally available for patient care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Medical services that are provided to the patient or resident can be paid for by the client directly, or through one of the many public or private funding sources like Medicare or Medicaid (in some cases). Make sure you have verified your loved one's Medicare and Medicaid eligibility, and take advantage of long term care insurance for financial assistance towards in-home care costs.