Adult Alternative Home Care has been serving the local community since 2009. We are locally owned and managed. Founded by a nurse clinician with over ten years clinical experience working with the adult and aged population. Delivering dignified and prioritized care to those we serve. We are dedicated to employing passionate care providers who aim to deliver excellent personal and home health needs to the members we serve.
We are committed to helping those we serve get the best care that will allow them to remain safely in their homes. We believe care given in the right place at the right time preserves dignity for the elderly. We believe the adult and aged person are an integral part of the community and they will continue to be if their personal and home care needs are met in their residence.
Adult Alternative Home Care provides in-home private duty care services for veteran seniors and their surviving spouses.
Certain veterans may qualify for financial assistance with activities of daily living like eating, bathing, dressing, continence (using the toilet), mobility (transferring, walking), and grooming.
There are many eligible services offered through the VA – The below list is not all inclusive.
Adult Alternative Home Care can help serve Veterans in our community and give those Veterans the opportunity, when needed, to supplement their health care with a network of community care providers.
These numbers change annually. The 2021 maximum monthly benefits for those qualifying for the Aid & Attendance level of Pension is: Surviving Spouse of a Veteran: $1,244. Veteran with no Spouse or dependent children: $1,936. Married couple where the Veteran requires care: $2,295.
Personal Care Services provide assistance with more intimate types of care. This includes all of the activities of daily living: (ADLs)
Personal care services keep seniors in their own homes longer by preventing illness and the worsening of long-term medical conditions.
To qualify for the benefit, the veteran must have served 90 days of active duty with at least one day during a wartime period. The wartime periods have been established by Congress as follows:
Service in a combat zone is not a benefit requirement.
Veterans who started their active duty after September 7, 1980 must have served at least 24 months or the full period for which they were called or ordered to active duty, with at least 1 day during wartime, or were an officer and started their active duty after October 16, 1981 and weren’t previously on active duty for at least 24 months.