24 Hour Around-the-Clock Care in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

At Home Care of Louisiana offers 24-hour home care services when your loved one needs either continuous assistance in daily tasks or short-term help while recovering from medical procedures. Situations may vary, and no one client care plan fits all, but one thing is certain: our priority is to provide care and support for your loved one with the highest level of care. When your aging parent begins to need additional support during the day, at night, or around the clock, that does not mean he or she needs to leave the home, our home care professionals specialize in providing 24-hour care for your loved one and bring you peace of mind know that their needs are being met.

Our 24 Hour Care Process

At Home Care of Louisiana specializes in providing 24-hour home care and meeting the specific personal needs of our clients. Our specially trained team of care professionals provides around-the-clock home care assistance with anything from assistance with daily tasks to post-procedure care and exercises to support their return to wellness. Our caregivers are also trained to know the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia, and other various conditions and ailments. 

If your elderly parent or loved one lives alone and you are struggling to keep up with their needs, 24-hour home care can be a solution. It can be set up quickly and provides peace of mind and assurance for individuals who are recovering from an illness or injury, or who are experiencing a change in condition that requires someone to be available to provide assistance any time of day.

There are many quality-of-life benefits for seniors who receive 24-hour home care, including:

  • Aging in Place– Seniors can feel fulfilled by living in their own homes longer, and couples do not need to be separated for care. They can feel safe in the comforts of home even when they can no longer manage tasks like housekeeping, grocery shopping, transportation, or personal care.
  • Safety– From chronic health issues to memory loss, some seniors have conditions that put them at risk for falls or other safety concerns. Having a 24-hour care plan in place can assure your loved has the support they need to stay safe at home.
  • Activities & Entertainment– Many seniors have a difficult time continuing to do the things they love without extra help. Sometimes they simply need a little companionship. A caregiver can help your loved one live a life he or she loves by facilitating activity time and helping with special hobbies and interests. 
  • Reduce Caregiver Fatigue– We know you love your aging parent, but you do not have to do this alone. Let our specialized caregivers be your daily eyes and ears to reduce the risk of family or personal stress.

Our goal is to provide the highest level of support and care for your loved one and give you and your family greater peace of mind.

How to Pay for Around-the-Clock Care in Louisiana

To make it easy to afford our services, we accept Long-Term Care Insurance, Veterans Benefits, Private Payment, and Workers’ Compensation. With the exception of private pay, the other payment sources listed have unique eligibility requirements and service limitations. In many cases, the right care solution for your loved one may require a combination of these payment sources. At Home Care of Louisiana representatives can help you identify which of these options or a combination of options is right for you.

Long-term care insurance benefits usually pay for in-home assistance with “activities of daily living,” such as bathing, dressing, incontinence care, transfers (from bed, chair, toilet, etc.), meal preparation and more. If your loved one has long-term insurance, At Home Care of Louisiana can help you process the claim and in some cases assist with billing.

Paying with personal funds gives you and your loved one the most flexibility when seeking home care services. Private pay helps cover additional care services that can supplement the limited services and support covered by other sources as well as the “elimination period” before long-term care policy begins to pay benefits.

Contact us today for a free home care assessment of your elderly loved one's situation.

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