Promoting rehabilitation and recovery across the care continuum from your home to your community for your life
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We have a network of providers, multiple resources, a statewide reach, timely communication, and frankly, we care more.
We assist you and your family to determine what you, as a consumer, want to be able to do! Then we help you achieve your goals! Not only do we connect with you, but also with your care management team. Communication is vital to your success.
By keeping up to date with current research and treatment techniques we are able to implement and educate you on the most recent therapy options.
*Under the direction of a skilled clinician
Medicare pays for the majority of home health visits and covers those 65+ and people younger than 65 with a qualifying disability and who meet the qualifications of the benefit. These include homebound status (can only leave home with great difficulty) and requiring intermittent skilled services such as nursing or therapy visits for a specific period of time (typically 60 days).
It is a federal program with two parts. Part A covers inpatient hospital and skilled nursing facility stays whereas part B covers visits to the doctor, prescription drugs, outpatient care and hospice services.
Commercial Insurances are private insurance companies such as Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Humana, and United Health Care that are supplemental to Medicare and cover the services under Part B. The types of services and coverage vary according to what company you use and what plan you pick.
This type of payment means a person is paying for home health care themselves (private pay), paying the difference from what their commercial insurance does not cover (out of pocket), and the services which are not part of the Medicare and Private Insurance benefit. These include supportive care such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation, light housekeeping, companionship, supervision and medication reminders. Since there are no limitations on the amount of care provided, the individual and the home care agency can mutually agree upon the services and the cost of care.
States are mandated to provide some coverage for Autism treatment through their Medicaid programs. The state decided which services are medically necessary to be covered like a service or diagnosis. Autism services such as ABA and diagnosis are covered for those eligible for Medicaid up to the the age of 21 in the state of Michigan.
Please contact us directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.
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2211 E. Beltline NE, Ste. C, Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Sunday - Saturday: 8 am - 8 pm
Monday - Friday (By Appointment): 8 am - 5 pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed