You want the best care for your family, and you need affordable options. Home Instead Senior Care® Hamilton offers trusted home care services at reasonable rates.
Home Instead Senior Care® works very hard to keep rates as affordable as possible. Please note that rates and hours vary by location and the services provided. Rates for individuals for Companionship, Home Helper and Personal Care Services* are per hour, depending on the services needed. Service can be arranged for as little as 3 consecutive hours in a day or as many as 24 hours per day, seven days a week, including holidays and weekends.
We do offer flat rates for live-in care and 12 hour sleep overnights (contingent on the CAREGiver getting 6 hours of uninterrupted sleep).
Some insurance policies may cover certain in-home services. Please call our office to see if your insurance benefits include this type of coverage.
The Department of Veterans Affairs also offers financial programs that pay cash to veterans and/or their spouses. These funds may be used to help pay for home care for veterans.
It's often a confusing and burdensome process to figure out if your insurance or the Veterans Affairs will cover the home care services you need. We're here to help. We can help you find out if you qualify for any DVA programs.
The office of Home Instead Senior care in Hamilton services the following areas: Hamilton, Dundas, Ancaster, Stoney Creek, Grimsby, Lincoln, Beamsville, Binbrook, Cambridge.
If you have questions about how to pay for senior care, give us a call: (905) 521-5500. We will be happy to discuss your options.
Home Instead Senior Care® offers many different types of in-home care to meet the needs of your family members.
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When my Mom was diagnosed with dementia, I was at a loss as to how to help her. I can't say enough about the care and compassion she has received from her caregiver. She has been such an important part of my Mom's life though the declining stages of this terrible disease. Mom regularly called this CAREGiver her guardian angel and I agree wholeheartedly.