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By comparison, the average resident at an assisted living community pays $3,600 per month. Nursing homes can cost up to $250 per day. In the past five years, the costs for assisted living and skilled nursing have risen by 3.5%.

Preventing Costly Accidents
In addition to being an affordable option, home care can actually prevent the accidents and injuries that lead to hospital stays and visits to the doctor. As caregivers help with activities of daily living, they can help prevent falling and promote a healthier living environment. Falls can lead to head injuries and broken bones, and having a steady hand helps many seniors be more sure on their feet.

Keeping track of prescriptions is also a challenge for many people using home care services. Medication reminders given by a caregiver can prevent our clients from forgetting to take their medication or overdosing, both of which can lead to more serious health concerns.

Call us for a free assesement to discuss your needs and budget!

The cost of non-medical home care varies depending on the amount of care you will need. The best way to budget for home care is to determine the number of hours you will need per week. Feel free to call us 770-691-8139 for a FREE  needs assessment to evaluate your needs and the number of hours you may require.

According to the “Cost of Care Survey”, an annual report by Genworth, home care costs less than other options like adult day care, assisted living and skilled nursing. In fact, the national average cost of home care per hour ranges between only $10 to $36. Genworth also reports that the cost of home care services only increased by 2% during the past five years.

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The Average Cost of Care

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