Average Daily Cost of Care in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
(source: Genworth Cost of Care Survey 2018)
CNA or Companion: One on one care which may include personal hygiene care, ambulation assistance, meals, medication reminders, errands, companionship, light housekeeping. Based on 6 hours per day and only used as needed.
Base cost; add-ons available for bathing, continence care etc. at an additional cost.
$167 - $235
$167 - Semi-private room($5,064/month) or $235 - Private room ($7, 134/month)
Most expensive option and highest Caregiver to Resident ratio limiting the amount of attention any one resident receives.
Home Care is Affordable
Not only is Home Care the most flexible and affordable option for Senior Care, it has been shown to provide the most independence and better at promoting general well-being. 9 out of 10 Americans age 65 and over state they prefer to remain in their own homes.
Right at Home offers a free, no obligation assessment where we develop a unique plan of care to determine the specific needs and wishes and that home care is right for you or your loved one.
Paying for Home Care
Most Home Care clients pay privately or utilize long term care insurance. We work with the Veterans Choice, Veterans Aid & Attendance, Area Agency on Aging (Tarrant County) and may have other options available depending on the circumstances. We do not currently work with Medicare or Medicaid.
What our clients and their families are saying about us
“Her caregivers were compassionate with her and they interacted with her. They anticipated her needs.” – Anne, Client Daughter
“The lady that comes to take care of me is perfect. She anticipates my needs, and she will ask me what are the things that I want to eat or do. She takes very good care of me.” – James, Client
“They convince my loved one to eat healthy, encourage him to workout, and they get him in a good mood when he is in a bad mood.” – Lisa, Client Daughter