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Medicare covers home health services such as intermittent skilled nursing care, speech-language pathology services, physical therapy and continued occupational services. Medicare does not cover 24-hour-a-day home care, m... More »

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Locate a Home Health care agency on NAHCAgencyLocator.com or HomeHealthcareAgencies.com. These websites each feature listings of more than 33,000 home care and hospice agencies throughout the United States. More »

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The pros of home health care are that it allows an elderly person to live at home as long as possible and is less expensive than assisted living. The biggest con is that home health care does not provide coverage around ... More »

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