They sound similar, so what’s the difference?


Home Health is focused on a medical need and care is given in your home by licensed health professionals. Your doctor will help you decide if this is appropriate for you. 

Home health services can include:

  • Nursing services
  • Administration of medications, including injections
  • Drawing blood for lab work
  • Monitoring of health status
  • Wound care


When you could use some help at home to keep your independence and stay safe, you may want a Home Care


Home care aides can help with: 

  • Dressing and bathing 
  • House cleaning
  • Meal preparation
  • Companionship 
  • Exercises
  • Errands and  outings
  • Medication  reminders

DOES INSURANCE PAY for home health

 Since it is considered medical care, home health is covered by medical insurance, including Medicare and Medicaid. While Care Plus is not a Medicare provider, we will work other agencies to fill in any gaps.  You may also pay privately

DOES INSURANCE PAY for home care

 If you have “long term care” insurance, this may cover some or all of the costs. Medicare does not cover these services. Many people pay out of pocket.

What if i need both? no problem

Recovering from illness or injury


If you are receiving services such as physical therapy, a Care Plus home aid may assist with things such as bathing or exercises.  

Receiving medical treatments at home


You might have a nursing doing treatments and a home care aid to help with meals or tidying around the house. We can help,

you've got a team


Your doctor, discharge planner, case manager, and any family or friends you want on your team, we are all there for you.

Not sure what to do next

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