Tools & Resources to Help You Find Home Health Care and Private Duty Aides and Attendants for Your Elderly Loved One.
Read more in our AnswersForCare™ section About Home Health Care, its regulation, how to evaluate and choose a Home Health Care Agency or private duty assistant aide, financing, and other tips on home health care, and find Checklists of what to ask and look for in selecting a Home Health Care provider.
Then use the tools & resources linked below to help you find the right home health care agency or other home health care provider for your elderly loved one.
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|Tools & Resources to Find Home Health Care and Private Duty Aides and Attendants|
The Eldercare Locator, a service of the Administration on Aging, part of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), has issued a list of 10 Warning Signs Your Older Family Member May Need Help in the home. . . . → Read More: 10 Warning Signs Your Senior Family Member May Need Help, Issued by HHS Eldercare Locator
New Resources to Help Seniors & Those With Disabilities Stay Independent Provided under Affordable Care Act
Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Kathleen Sebelius announced that $12.5 million in awards funded by the Affordable Care Act and the Older Americans Act will be made to local Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) to help . . . → Read More: New Resources to Help Seniors & Those With Disabilities Stay Independent Provided under Affordable Care Act
“Many older adults do not successfully make the transition home well and end up returning to the hospital. In fact, one in five Medicare patients are readmitted to a hospital within 30 days after discharge,” according to a new . . . → Read More: New Resources on Hospital to Home Transition Featured on National Library of Medicine Site
The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced on April 19 that the results of its ongoing survey of patients regarding their experiences with and ratings of Medicare-certified home health agencies, will now be available to consumers . . . → Read More: Medicare Announces Inclusion of Patient Survey Data in Home Health Compare Tool
Gregory Bator from GracefulAging interviews Kathy Greenlee, the Assistant Secretary of Aging, at the Chicago Aging In America Conference. She explains how America’s aging network works at the Federal level, giving money to States, which in turn gives money . . . → Read More: How the Administration On Aging Works at the Federal Level
This important finder tool, provided by the U.S. Government, Department of Health & Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS), has detailed information about every Medicare-certified home health agency in the country. The data contained in this data . . . → Read More: Home Health Compare – by Medicare.gov
The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), announced on Friday that they have launched new online tools for patients and caregivers to “empower consumers to make informed choices about their health care,” as well as other initiatives . . . → Read More: Medicare Adds New Online Tools to Help Health Care Consumers
SENIOR SEARCH – a Search Tool for Home Health Care, provided by SeniorLivingGuide.com, a website that provides a searchable directory of several different types of senior living facilities. Home Health Agencies can provide a wide range of services, from . . . → Read More: Senior Living Guide Search – for Home Health Care
A search tool to Find Home Health Care providers near you, along with links to information about Home Health Care and how to choose among providers, provided by SnapForSeniors. SnapForSeniors is an information and technology company that maintains databases of senior . . . → Read More: Find Home Care and Home Health Care Providers – Search Tool from SNAPforSeniors
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