Extended Home Care
What is Extended Home Care?
Do you or a loved one have limitations in carrying out personal care or household management needs?
Extended Home Care is designed to provide private duty assistance in your home to help you maintain your mobility, dignity, independence, health and well-being. The services provided are your personal choice, and are based on your individual needs and preferences.When you decide the time is right to seek home and community based supports, contact us at 724-463-1102 to discuss your needs.
Extended Home Care offers a broad range of personal supports that can be provided in the comfort of your own home or out in the community. Services offered include:
When are services available?
The RN Coordinator will help you determine what best meets your needs. Care is available up to 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. As your needs change, we can adjust the amount and type of your services.
How much will this cost?
The initial consultation is free.
During the consultation, the RN Coordinator will guide you through the various payment options and can even help you to complete any paperwork required. Options for payment include:
Long term care insurance
Veterans Administration insurance
For your convenience, VNA staff submits most insurance claims on your behalf and we accept all major credit cards.
Because there are a variety of services and they are all based on your individual circumstances, the RN Coordinator will explain the cost for each type of service and the payment methods available to you during that first consultation.
Why should I hire an agency?
VNA Extended Home Care is licensed by the PA Department of Health and assures you that all the caregivers assigned to you are insured, bonded, trained and evaluated routinely for competency.
By using the VNA Extended Home Care service, you don’t have to worry - we handle all the payroll and related tax deductions for you.
And don’t forget, we make every attempt to provide back-up caregivers when needed.
Why VNA Extended Home Care?
We’re your friends and your neighbors. We have been keeping Indiana County residents living independently at home since 1996.
We are a non-profit community-based affiliate of the Visiting Nurse Association, which is the oldest and only non-profit Home Health and Hospice service based in Indiana County. The VNA has been the pillar of Home Health and Hospice services in the community since 1970.