What’s the Difference? An Overview of the Types and Cost of Senior Home Health Care
Our resource directory provides many different options for senior home care in Loudoun County. But how do you know which one is right for you? If you or your loved ones are still living at home, do you need full home health care or just need assistance with day-to-day activities? What is the difference between home care and hospice care? And once you decide what care you need, how do you pay for it?
Pam Reynolds of Allegiance Home Care recently published a blog post to help answer these questions! The type of senior home care that is best for you will depend on your specific situation, and may vary as your needs change. However, knowing your different elder home care options and how to pay for them will help you and your loved ones plan for the future. You can read her overview of the different senior home health care options on her blog.
Pam Reynolds has spent her entire career in the senior care industry, both in long-term care facilities and home health care. She is the President of Allegiance Home Care, a full service home health care agency serving the greater Washington, D.C. area, and also serves as Loudoun Senior Interest Network’s Vice President. For more information about Pam and how she can help you and your loved ones with in-home elder care, please visit the Allegiance website. You can also find her contact information, along with other in-home care resources, in our Aging in Place resource directory.