Home Care Payment Options
At MAS Home Care, we understand that paying for home care services can be confusing and is often a financial strain. That’s why we’ve tried to make it as simple as possible to take care of your home care payments.
Don’t let paying for home care stand in the way of receiving the services your family needs. We’ll work with you to customize your home care arrangements in such a way that they complement you and your family’s lifestyle while staying within your budget.
Professional home care services offer you peace of mind that you or your loved one is taken care of while keeping within the comforts of home.
How to Pay for Home Care
In an effort to simplify your home care payments, we’ve broken down your payment options by state. Within each state outlined in the table below, you can find the programs that will help supplement your home care services as well as other payment options.
|Maine||New Hampshire||Massachusetts||Rhode Island|
|Maine Care||Medicaid CFI Waiver||ASAP Coordinated Services||Medicaid|
|VA Benefits||VA Benefits||VA Benefits||Global Waivers|
|All Long-Term Care Insurance||Long-Term Care Insurance (John Hancock)||MassHealth||VA Benefits|
|Private Pay||Private Pay||Money Follows the Person||Neighborhood Health|
|HCBS Programs||Money Follows The Person|
|Private Pay||John Hancock|
|MA Rehabilitation Programs||Private Pay|
Are you a Veteran?
You may qualify for special services!
The Veterans Administration offers financial programs that pay a percentage of necessary funds to veterans and/or their spouse for home care payments. These programs can make paying for home care far more affordable, and may even help you receive additional services that you couldn’t otherwise pay for. Contact us today to discuss what Veterans benefits you could qualify for and for help accessing the benefits you are entitled to!
VA Link / VA Care Coordination Checklist
- Are you a Veteran or the surviving spouse of a Veteran that was honorably discharged?
- Did the Veteran serve at least 90 consecutive days of active duty, with at least one day during any of the following wartime periods?
WWII: 12/07/1941 – 12/31/1946
Korea: 06/27/1950 – 01/31/1955
Vietnam: 08/05/1964 – 05/07/1975 (did not have to be stationed in Vietnam)
Vietnam: 02/28/1961 – 08/05/1964 (must have been “stationed” in Vietnam only)
Gulf War: 08/02/1990 – TBD (must be active duty 2 years)
- If surviving spouse, were you married to the Veteran at his/her time of death? (never divorced)
- Does the Veteran and/or surviving spouse need assistance with activities of daily living?
- Are your assets less than $80,000? (excludes car & home)
If you can answer yes to all of the above questions, you could qualify for Veteran’s benefits. Call us today to learn more.