Freedom care nc

‍ FreedomCare is a Medicaid program, so your caregiver will be paid through Medicaid. (Unfortunately, Medicare is NOT enough under current government regulations.) If you don’t have Medicaid but think you may be eligible, click here to contact a partner vendor who can help.

Is freedomcare Medicaid?

‍ FreedomCare is a Medicaid program, so your caregiver will be paid through Medicaid. (Unfortunately, Medicare is NOT enough under current government regulations.) If you don’t have Medicaid but think you may be eligible, click here to contact a partner vendor who can help.

What is Freedom House Recovery Center?

Since 1974, Freedom House Recovery Center has been committed to promote, enhance and support recovery for men, women and children affected by mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance abuse by utilizing an evidence-based, comprehensive and person-centered approach. Last year, 3500 people were helped at Freedom House Recovery Center.

Can I contact my nearest home care agency?

If the policy requires the in-home care to be performed by a licensed home care agency, then you and your family member can contact your nearest home care agency. They will welcome you both with open arms, your loved one as their latest client, paid by the insurer, and you as their latest caregiver, paid by the agency.

What are the benefits of Medicaid?

Some Medicaid benefits that are a part of required coverage include medical treatment resulting from sickness or accident, routine physical examinations, and prenatal care. Some medical services that are optional services include eye exams and prescription glasses, dental care, and prosthetics.

Does Medicaid cover home aid?

Under federal Medicaid rules, coverage of home health services must include part-time nursing, home care aide services, and medical supplies and equipment. At the state’s option, Medicaid may also cover audiology (hearing services); physical, occupational, and speech therapies; medical social services; and hospice.

Does Medicare cover in-home caregivers?

Unfortunately Medicare doesn’t generally cover 24-hour care at home. To cover in-home caregivers you may want to consider long-term care insurance, available from private insurance companies. If you would like to know more about Medicare coverage of in-home caregivers, please feel free to reach out to me.