Home Care Services

Quality Home Care Service For Individuals

Servicing Philadelphia, Delaware, Montgomery, Chester and Bucks (PA County)

Life Care

For loved ones who are approaching the end of life, Chrispos Home Care offers support. As your loved one undergoes this process, our caregivers can make them more comfortable.

Alzheimers Care

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease can quickly become overwhelming. No one understands this more than we do at Chrispos Home Care. With our personalized services, your loved ones will get the care they need.

Dementia Care

Our Dementia care services help individuals with early-stage, mid-stage, or late-stage dementia. Our in-home dementia care services also include services for patients with vascular dementia, Lewy body dementia, or Huntington's disease.

End of Life Care

A terminally ill individual can receive physical and emotional support from end-of-life care services during their final stages of life. Caregivers assist your loved one while assisting your family during this difficult time.

Palliative Care

We offer palliative care beyond what is normally available at hospices. Unlike other service providers, we use a holistic approach to meet the needs of the person. Our caregivers will focus on your loved one's physical comfort as well as their emotions.

Personal Care

Providing personal care typically involves a combination of tasks and activities aimed at ensuring an individual's safety, comfort, and well-being. People struggling with chronic illnesses, disabilities, or having difficulty with mobility, strength, and coordination should seek this type of care

Home Care Services

Home Care Services

Our Home Care services help individuals maintain their independence, dignity, and safety at home.

Respite Care

Respite Care

Caregiving for a loved one can be a difficult task, and we understand that, Respite care offers caregivers temporary relief.

Companion Care

Companion Care

Companion Care is an essential part of providing critical support to the elderly and disabled. Companion care is without a doubt one of the most critical roles we fill here.

Personalized Care

Personalized Care

Personal care plans at CHRISPOS Home Care Services LLC cover various services, from basic programs such as companion care to specialized services.

Is In- Home care services a better option than nursing homes and assisted living

For many individuals, their home is reflective of longstanding family memories and a sense of comfort. It isn't easy to replicate that sense of security after they've moved to assisted living or a nursing home.

If you are still uncertain about which option would be best for your loved one, consider speaking with an expert in long-term care who can help you understand the different options available in your area. You could also talk with your loved one's doctor, who may be able to make recommendations based on medical needs.

Here are some factors to consider before opting for in-home care versus nursing home care:

  1. Does the individual need assistance with activities of daily living?
  2. Can the individual live independently with minimal supervision?
  3. Prepare a budget for caregiving services or residents in a care facility.
  4. Is there a significant risk their condition will decline rapidly?
  5. You can find detailed information about local in-home care providers and assisted living facilities.

What is the difference between home care and home health care

Home care versus home health care can be confusing. When you need help with everyday tasks, it's essential to choose your situation's right type of assistance. Home health care and home care offer valuable services that will improve your quality of life, but they have different goals and benefits.

Home health care agencies may provide certified nursing assistants, social workers, dietitians, or occupational therapists if a family needs those services. But the primary difference between home care and home healthcare is the amount of hands-on contact with paid staff rather than unpaid loved ones for both types of service.
Home Care Assistance provides non-medical help like housekeeping, transportation/errands, meal delivery, and companionship for seniors who want to live independently at home but can no longer take care of everyday tasks on their own.

What type of care does Chrispos home care offer

Chrispos home care provides personal care services and companion care. When it comes to caring for your loved ones, we know how important it is to have peace of mind knowing they are being cared for by professionals who understand their needs.

What about Finances and payment options

There usually are six (6) standard methods of payment available for home care services.

  1. Private payor "out of pocket" (cash, check, credit, or trust)
  2. long-term care insurance
  3. private health insurance
  4. VA benefits
  5. Medicaid
  6. Medicare

All of these payment sources have unique eligibility requirements and service limitations, except for private pay.

But, Not all home care agencies accept each of these options. Make sure to contact your local home care agency to find out which payment methods they accept.

How quickly can my home care start

Generally, services can be provided within 48 hours and often the same day.