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Home Care for Seniors

by Karen Mountain

Annually 8,357,100 people receive support from the 5 main long-term care services for senior housing; home health agencies (4,742,500), nursing homes (1,383,700), hospices (1,244,500), residential care communities (713,300) and adult day service centers (273,200).  

The goal of any health care option is to treat illnesses and injuries. Examples of home health services include:

  • Wound care for pressure sores or a surgical wound 
  • Patient and caregiver education
  • Intravenous or nutrition therapy
  • Injections
  • Monitoring serious illness and unstable health status

Home Health Care is by far the most desirable option, as it helps seniors maintain their independence while being budget friendly.

Educate your clients on Senior Living options today

We’d love the opportunity to work with you here at National Contracting Center.  We have three great product options to help with Home Health Care Plans: Standard's Savers Advantage - Home Health Care Insurance, GTL's Short - Term Home Health Care and New Era's Short Term Medical Insurance.

If you have any questions or if there's anything that we can help you with, feel free to give us a call at 800-695-0280.

 Benefits restore after
180 consecutive days
of not being used

 Up to 4 hours of service
within a 24 hour period 
 Daily Benefit for
Home Health Care Aide
of $40 or $80
(Classic or Deluxe)





About National Contracting Center

NCC is a leading senior insurance marketing firm (FMO) specializing in Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplements, and Final Expense products for independent agents. NCC partners with you to provide support, training, and concierge service for all your insurance needs.

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