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Heartfelt Home Care has a new program: VetAssist!

We wish to assist veterans who protected our freedom to stay in their homes and live with dignity.

Do you know a veteran or a surviving spouse? Many veterans are unaware that they qualify for free home care through the Department of Veterans Affairs; a benefit called Aid & Attendance.

Who Qualifies – Aid & Attendance provides assistance with activities of daily living – home care – to veterans or their surviving spouses. Qualifying hinges on:

Military – Served minimum 90 days active duty, 1 day during wartime, with Honorable Discharge.

Medical – Medical condition confirmed by physician’s diagnosis; not driving.

Money – Income and Assets in relation to Medical Expenses that demonstrate need for the pension (1 Home and 1 Vehicle excluded)

We treat every client with respect, and work tirelessly to help them get the benefits they’ve earned – and the care they need. If you’re not certain if you qualify we will happily help you figure that out.

Contact us today! We’ll take care of the paperwork for you. We can help someone you know get the care they need! 

(831) 466-9101
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Despite what your elderly parent or loved one thinks, receiving care can be an empowering decision.

If you are dealing with a stubborn loved one who refuses care, remember that they are most often motivated by the fear of losing their independence. We at Heartfelt Home Care are focused on empowering our clients. We will assist your loved ones however they require, and allow them to remain in charge of anything they do not require assistance with. Promoting our clients to remain active and responsible is the backbone of our care philosophy. Additionally, our caregivers can open up doors for your loved ones to get out of the house and do the things they want to do that they may not have been able to if they were alone.

Unfortunately, and all too often, the total refusal for assistance and companionship often leads to injury from falls, depression from loneliness, and other unfortunate circumstances. These folks sooner end up in the very facilities they wished to avoid the most.

If you think it’s time for someone you care about to seek help, instead of focusing on what they can’t do safely anymore, try explaining how receiving care can enable them to stay independent in their home for longer, and allow them to pursue their interests with the help of another.

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