Additional per kilometer fees may apply.
The person who pays for in-home care is up to you and your family. At times, aging adults pay for their own care, and sometimes their family handles the cost.
The four types of caregivers are: in-home care for seniors, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and adult daycare centers. All of these health care professionals support the daily living needs of individuals to maintain high quality of life.
At Ohana Care, we focus on our clients' mental, emotional and physical well-being rather than their medical needs. We encourage those who require frequent medical help to visit a senior living facility where they can be medically monitored while we provide personal care support.