Home Care Programs
Quality Care at Competitive Rates
Your loved one deserves a home care plan that meets their needs. Our pricing is customized based on those individual needs. We promise to provide quality care at competitive rates.
All of our caregivers are employed by Pasco SW Homecare. That means we make sure we only hire qualified, registered, and experienced caregivers.
There is no one-size-fits-all solution.
Meeting you at your budget
Affordable Home Care
We're proud to offer home care rates that meet your budget. Some of the benefits of choosing Pasco SW Homecare are:
- Care from fully licensed, bonded & insured caregivers
- Registered, highly trained caregivers, NOT contractors
- Caregivers with Alzheimer’s/dementia care training
- Caregiver personality matched to your family’s needs
- County-wide service
- Care coordination with our family of skilled agencies & facilities
Fitting everyone's needs
We understand the last burden a patient and their family should have to face is how care will be covered. We accept the following insurance:
Health First Colorado’s Home and Community Based Services (HCBS)
For those Coloradans whose disabilities and health conditions prevent them from living at home, HCBS is a program designed to pay for the expense of your care. Visit Colorado Health First (https://hcpf.colorado.gov/long-term-services-and-supports-programs) to learn more.
HCBS eligibility is determined by a financial assessment as well as a functional and medical assessment. If you’re not sure about your status, we’d be happy to review the process with you.
We strive to offer flexible payment options to make it easy on our families. If the home care services our clients are seeking do not meet the criteria of their third-party payers, like insurance companies, our fees can be paid for out of pocket by the individual, their family or other party.
Pasco SW Homecare is proud to offer rates starting at $35.00 per hour. Our rates can be negotiated, give us a call today so we can discuss your Caregiver needs.
Long-Term Care Insurance provides an income stream to pay for the cost of care in a variety of settings. Although mistakenly called “Nursing Home Insurance” by many people, these policies also help pay for services needed for people who want to age at home. Covered services typically include personal care, companionship, and other in-home services they desire and need as various care needs arise. The amount of benefit varies based on the level of policy purchased. Typically the consumer chooses the Home Care Agency they would like to work with and the Insurance Company reimburses the policy holder for approved services.
Private or Commercial Health Insurance policies typically cover some home care services for acute needs, but benefits for Long-Term services vary from plan to plan. Commercial insurers generally pay for skilled professional home care services with a cost-sharing provision. Such policies occasionally cover personal care services. Cost-sharing varies with individual policies, but often is not required
Benefits vary by company so check with your insurer to see what may be covered and the conditions under which you can use this benefit. When you know what your coverage is, call PASCO/SW for your free consultation.
Veterans and surviving spouses who require the regular attendance of another person to assist in eating, bathing, dressing and undressing or taking care of the needs of nature. It also includes individuals who are blind. We work closely with the VetAssist Program to get qualified Veterans approved for “Aid and Attendance” benefits. Learn more at VetAssist through Veterans Home Care.
The Veteran’s Aid and Attendance (A&A) Pension provides benefits for veterans of certain specific war periods and surviving spouses who require the regular attendance of another person to assist in eating, bathing, dressing and undressing or taking care of the needs of nature. To qualify for A&A it must be established by your physician that you require daily assistance by others with some of the daily activities listed above. You do not need assistance with all of these daily activities to qualify.
Eligibility must be proven by filing the proper Veterans Application for Pension or Compensation (Form 21-526 Veteran) (Form 21-534 surviving spouse). This is a needs based benefit in terms of evaluating your income. The A&A Pension can provide up to $2,050 per month to a veteran, $1,318 per month to a surviving spouse, or $2,431 per month to a couple. The process can be slow so it’s a good idea to start the paperwork early. You will find lots of people and companies offering to help you obtain this benefit. Be Careful. Many of these “resources” are scams. You should never have to pay any monies up front when applying for this benefit.
We work closely with the VetAssist Program to get qualified Veterans approved for “Aid and Attendance” benefits. Learn more at VetAssist through Veterans Home Care.