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What in-home care will Medicare cover?
The in-home care that Medicare will cover depends on the type of care involved, and whether it's truly medical in nature.
To what extent will Medicare cover long-term care?
The good news is that while Medicare’s role in long-term care is complicated, you can head off much of the headache that comes with the financial burden of long-term care by understanding some basic concepts.
Will Medicare pay for a fall risk assessment?
Medicare will cover the cost of a fall risk assessment to determine whether an enrollee is at a low, medium or high risk of falling.
How to choose between Medicare Advantage, Medigap and Part D
Considering a change to your Medicare coverage? Consider these 10 factors when choosing between Medicare Advantage, Medigap, and Part D coverage.
Aging in place refers to a decision individuals make to remain in their homes or their communities as they grow older instead of opting for relocation to long-term care facilities such as assisted living and nursing homes.
The decision to remain independent and at home will likely involve consideration of in-home care provided by caregivers who can assist with individuals who might have difficulty with activities of daily living.