in Twin Falls, ID
A Caring Hand is a Medicaid Service Provider.
Idaho Medicaid/Blue Cross Medicaid/Molina Health Care/Homebased Services
Idaho Medicaid is a medical insurance program that serves as a safety net for people who have low incomes, a disability, or are elderly.
Idaho offers four different plans to meet the individual needs of participants.
- Provides only federally mandated benefits. All participants have the option to select this Standard Plan.
- Benefits include preventive as well as medical, dental, and vision services for participants who meet income standards.
- Benefits include Basic Plan benefits plus long-term, developmental disability, and mental health services and supports for participants who are eligible due to disabilities or have special health needs.
- Medicaid Coordinated – For participants who are eligible and enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid. This plan includes the same benefits identified in the Enhanced Plan but include an option to receive services through a Medicare Advantage Plan of their choice
A Caring Hand services clients who qualify for the Enhanced Plan. For more information about applying and what you will need please call us.
Private Pay /Long Term Care Insurances
A Caring Hand accepts Personal Pay and Long Term Care Insurances to provide cares while your loved one remains in the comfort of their home. Quality of care is our priority. Location is not a concern for us. We can get a caregiver to you day or night. Whether it’s eight in the morning or midnight, we understand unexpected situations and our staff is on call 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year to assist you with your needs. We work with our Private Pay clients to insure the cost of care is affordable for their house hold. Depending on need and skill, cost varies to meet the need of your loved one.
Why A Caring Hand?
Clients choose A Caring Hand for many reasons. One reason is the high quality of care they receive. Another reason is that A Caring Hand carefully screens each employee with a thorough reference and background check to ensure both quality of service and client safety. Each elderly home care employee in Twin Falls has a pre-employment drug test. We work with a number of Long Term Care Insurance agencies to provide quality compassion care for those who need extra assistance for post-hospital care.
Our main goal is continuity of care with a regular scheduled caregiver who knows you and your needs. Our initial care consultant will make sure that we are familiar with every aspect of our client’s personal and medical history. Working together with your family or health care provider they as a team create a care plan specific for your needs.
For more information please call for a free consultation today.
A Caring Hand 208-736-4903
VA Benefits: Aid & Attendance & Homemaker Benefit
Wartime veterans and their surviving spouses, 65 years and older, may be entitled to a tax-free benefit called Aid and Attendance provided by the Department of Veteran Affairs.
The Benefit, part of the Veterans Benefit Program, is designed to provide financial aid to help offset the cost of long-term care for those who need assistance with the daily activities of living such as bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, and transferring.
American Veterans Aid, a private company, is dedicated to helping war era veterans and their surviving spouses receive this Benefit they so deserve.
A Homemaker or Home Health Aide is a trained person who can come to a Veteran's home and help the Veteran take care of himself and perform his daily activities. Homemakers and Home Health Aides are not nurses, but they are supervised by a registered nurse who will help assess the Veteran's daily living needs. This program is for Veterans who need skilled services, case management, and help with activities of daily living. Examples include help with bathing, dressing, fixing meals, or taking medicines. This program is also for Veterans who are isolated or their caregiver is experiencing burden. Homemaker and Home Health Aide services can be used in combination with other Home and Community Based Services.
Homemaker Home Health Aides work for an organization that has a contract with VA. A Homemaker or Home Health Aide can be used as a part of an alternative to nursing home care, and as a way to get Respite Care at home for Veterans and their family caregiver. The services of a Homemaker or Home Health Aide can help Veterans remain living in their own home and can serve Veterans of any age.
A Caring Hand is contracted with the Twin Falls VA to provide Home Health Aids to Veterans who qualify. For more information about how to get these benefits please contact A Caring Hand. 208-736-4903
A Caring Hand offers special rates for 12 and 24 hour shifts. We also accept Long Term Care Insurance. Please call us for a quote.