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In-Home Personal Care

In-home personal care is a type of home care service that provides assistance with daily living activities to individuals who require help to live independently in their own homes. It is designed to meet the needs of individuals who may have difficulty performing activities of daily living due to age, illness, disability, or injury. In-home

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Speech Therapy Coverage

Speech Therapy services can be expensive. Finding a speech therapy program that is affordable out-of-pocket can be almost impossible. For individuals without insurance coverage, the out-of-pocket costs for speech therapy programs can be quite high. Hourly rates for therapy sessions can range from $100 to $250 or more, depending on the location and the qualifications

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What is Speech Therapy?

Speech therapy is a form of therapy that focuses on helping individuals improve their ability to communicate effectively. Speech therapists typically work with individuals who have difficulties with speech, language, voice, fluency, or swallowing. The goal of speech therapy is to help individuals develop the skills necessary to communicate effectively in all aspects of their

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Hospice Care & Medicaid

Contrary to popular belief, Medicaid actually does pay for hospice care. Medicaid is a federal and state-funded program that provides healthcare coverage to eligible individuals and families with low income and limited resources. Hospice care is a covered benefit under the Medicaid program. Medicaid hospice benefits are similar to Medicare hospice benefits, including the coverage

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Types of Hospice Care

There are many different types of hospice care available to patients depending on their individual needs and preferences. Let’s take a look at the most common types of hospice care and how they differ from one another. In-Home Hospice Care This is the most common type of hospice care and is provided in the patient\’s

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What is Palliative Care?

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), palliative care is “specialized medical care for people living with a serious illness, such as cancer or heart failure.” Patients receiving palliative care are given treatment that looks at mitigating the symptoms of their illness. Palliative care also has a strong focus on quality-of-life issues for both

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