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Home Care Services


Get Paid to take Care of your Loved One!


If you're one of more than 70 million people who provide unpaid caregiving for a family member or friend -- either in that person's home or in your own -- you know that the time and energy burden can be enormous. In fact, you may have cut back or given up your paying job. Your smaller (or now nonexistent) paycheck may be pinching you hard. If so, it might be possible for you to get a regular payment for your caregiving work.

Here's how: If the parent, spouse, or other person you're caring for is eligible for Medicaid, its Cash and Counseling program, available in some states, can provide direct payments that could go to you.  Also, if the person you're caring for has long-term care insurance that includes in-home care coverage, in some cases those benefits can be used to pay you.

Based on some qualifications, we can also train your family member to become a Personal Care Worker for you or your loved one. This ensures that the care procedures we administer to your family member are executed properly. Consequently, you can have more confidence in your own home knowing that someone is caring for your loved one.

Personal Care Worker (PCW)


At Assured Horizons Home Health Care, we take the time to carefully evaluate your care, condition and medical needs and meet with you to discuss your various levels of need. We will create a care plan that best fits your individual circumstance.


We offer Personal Care Workers (PCW) to anyone who have self care deficits and want to be taken care of in the privacy and comfort of their own home:

  • mentally or physically ill

  • disabled

  • elderly

  • needs assistance with personal care and activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming, cooking, and etc.


Some of our quality professional services include:

  • Assistance with daily living activities

  • Meal Preparation

  • Light Housekeeping

  • Bathing

  • Dressing

  • Grooming

  • Companionship

  • and many more.

Veteran's Services


The VA has no formal live in caregiver program in which unrelated individuals care for elderly veterans by living in their homes.  However, the VA does offer two programs that provide veterans and their surviving spouses with financial assistance that can be used to pay for a live-in caregiver. 

Veterans Directed HCBS program is open to all US Veterans enrolled in the VA health care system that require a nursing home level of care. These programs are at various stages of development in different states and often participation requirements change as a program matures. What follows are the typical requirements.

The following is a list of products and services that are typically paid for under this program:

  • Adult day care

  • Caregiver education, training and support

  • Chore and maintenance services such as yard trash, debris and snow removal

  • Electronic monitoring products and services such as room and bed monitors, voice-activated phones and emergency response systems

  • Home modifications such as bathroom grab bars, railings, wheelchair ramps, walk-in tubs and vehicle modifications

  • Health maintenance costs such as health counseling, massage therapy, weight reduction programs and health club memberships

  • Homemaker services such as laundry, house, kitchen and bath cleaning

  • Personal care services which includes assistance with bathing, toileting, personal grooming and dressing

  • Other services or products needed in the home to keep the veteran living independently

  • Respite care in-home, out-of-home and overnight

  • Nutritional services such as home delivered meals and supplements provided they have been prescribed by a physician or dietitian

  • Home safety services

  • Shopping, errand and escort assistance

  • Socialization support services such as having a caregiver accompany the veteran to education or exercise classes and on social engagements

  • Transportation required for socialization support or medical support activities

Assured Horizons

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