Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What kind of services do you provide?
A. Our home health aides provide assistance with personal care and homemaking tasks that older people often can’t do for themselves any longer. We offer help so you can stay safely in your own home.
Q. Do I need a doctor’s order for services?
A. No, our personal care and homemaking services do not require a doctor’s order.
Q. Does Medicare pay for these services?
A. No, Medicare does not pay for these services. They are often paid for through the “Special Programs” listed or paid privately.
Q. Do I have to be homebound to receive services?
A. No, you do not have to be homebound to receive these services. Many of our clients are able to drive and are out in the community.
Q. Do you provide services in assisted living facilities?
A. Yes, sometimes people need a little more help in assisted living facilities, and we can send a caregiver in to help.
Q. How soon can services start?
A. Once you decide that you’d like to start services, we can send a nurse to your home to help you develop a care plan to meet your needs. Generally, services can be started within 48 hours or less.
What Our Clients Say
Find out what our clients have to say about Genesis CareGivers:
“I would never be able to stay in my own home without Genesis CareGivers.”
“Having Genesis CareGivers in our home gave us the chance to visit our children in another state, because we knew mom was being cared for.”
“Thanks to all the caring support of Genesis CareGivers, I was able to be discharged from the nursing home and go back to my own home.”
“Cindy did a great job with dad and we appreciate all that she did for him.”