Private Pay Services

Accepted Methods of Payment:

  • Private pay from family Trusts, POA, or Client directly
  • Long Term Care Insurance
  • Association Grants
  • Other Insurances (where applicable)

Resilient Home Care Dedicated to Provide Excellence Services;

Families in crisis often contact Resilient Home Care in the midst of dealing with the unexpected. Clients prefer to return home when recovering from an illness or injury.  Familiar surroundings with family and friends nearby provide comfort and safety which dramatically impacts recovery.
Resilient Home Care understands that choosing the right home care is an extremely important decision. You can have peace of mind knowing that a variety of Private Pay service options are available–ranging from short term, minimal hours to 24-hour Live-in.  Private Pay care can augment services you may be eligible to receive through government funded programs such as Medicare

What types of service does Resilient provide?
Appointment Escort Service;   is designed to reassure family members that loved ones will keep important social and medical appointments and arrive safely to and from their destination. The service is commonly used to get to and from:

  • Medical, Dental, and Grooming Appointments
  • Social Club Activities
  • Family Gatherings
  • Same Day Ambulatory Surgical Procedures
  • Emergency Room Discharges

Homemaker/Companion; is a vital non-medical service designed to promote the continuance of quality of life through support services which focus on an individual’s ability to live an active, safe and healthy lifestyle. Services include:

  • Safety Monitoring to prevent wandering and falls
  • Medication Compliance Reminders
  • Communicating Current Events
  • Reading to the Client
  • Escorting to social outings, appointments, and errands
  • Engaging client in interests and hobbies the client enjoys
  • Light housekeeping such as; vacuuming, dusting, dishwashing, preparing and serving meals, laundry, pet care & mail sorting

Personal Care; is designed to assist clients with everyday self-care activities that can be provided in combination with homemaker/companion services. Personal Care is often referred to as Activities of Daily Living or ADLs and includes activities such as;

  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Oral Hygiene
  • Grooming
  • Assist with Ambulation
  • Toileting

Home Health Aide; (HHA) tasks are designed to assist individuals with; healthcare tasks, personal hygiene services, and other supportive services essential to a patient’s well-being. In certain instances Home Health Aides (HHAs) are qualified to provide more complex services under the supervision of an RN. HHA care can be covered by Medicare, Hospice, or Managed Care, when certain criteria are met. Home Health Aide tasks include activities such as;

  • ADLs- Bathing, Grooming and Dressing
  • Meal Preparation and Nutrition Guidance
  • Medication Compliance Reminders
  • Assistance with Range of Motion Exercises
  • Taking and recording Temperature and Respirations
  • Blood Pressure and Glucose Monitoring
  • Assist with Ambulation and Transfers
  • Special Circumstance tasks under the supervision of an RN (where applicable)

Live-In Service; is 24 hour daily care that combines client care tasks and night time supervision, enabling individuals to remain in their home. Live-In service is an ideal solution for individuals who are at risk when unattended. Service can be provided on a temporary-respite, short term-recovery, or long term basis.  Tasks generally include;

  • Companionship and Safety Monitoring for Wandering and Falls
  • ADLs- Bathing, Grooming, and Dressing
  • Meal Preparation and Nutritional Guidance
  • Medication Compliance Reminders
  • Escorting out to Medical, Dental, Social, and Grooming Appointments
  • Shopping and Errands (where applicable)
  • Assisting with Ambulation and Transfers
  • Other as determined by Client/Family and Supervising Nurse

Non-skilled Pediatric services available include:

  • ADL Care
  • Meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Ambulation and Transfers
  • ADLs

Respite Care; is intended to temporarily relieve the caregiver providing the primary support to an ill or disabled individual in an effort to decrease feelings of stress and burnout. Respite Care can be provided on a routine hourly, daily, or intermittent basis. Services available include; Escort, Homemaker/Companion, Personal Care and Home Health Aide, Live-In, and Private Duty Skilled Nursing.