At Benefits of Home, our programs are fully customized for you and your family. With our three programs, we can develop care plans that range from short 30-minute visits to 24/7 round-the-clock care.
Custom Home Care Plans:
Our standard home care plans include all plans where home care visits range from 2 hours to 24 hours in length. All standard programs are designed specifically for your family and visits can be planned for any time of the day or night. If you are in Lenexa, Lawrence, Lee's Summit, Overland Park, Olathe, Shawnee, or greater Kansas City metro, our standard programs can be designed with daily, weekly or even periodic visits.
Short Visit Program:
This one-of-a-kind program is designed for families who are trying to introduce care into their homes for the first time. We have learned many families face resistance from elder family members who do not want to pay for care or prefer not having a caregiver in their house for a prolonged period of time.
A Short Visit Program consists of "quick" daily visits that range from 30 minutes to two hours in length, based on family need. Our goal is to provide a daily check-in or quick support visit for families early in their need cycle.
To learn more about the Short Visit Program, please call our office and speak to our Client Care Manager.
"Virtual" Assisted Living Program:
- This revolutionary new program is offered ONLY by Benefits of Home. The program is designed to provide families with 24/7 support that closely matches the support offered in local assisted living communities WITHOUT THE NEED TO MOVE.
- The program provides families with a series of daily visits throughout the day, evening and overnight hours. Longer visits are scheduled for morning and early evening, when people require the most help. Shorter visits are scheduled throughout the remainder of the day.
- This remarkable program allows families to stay at home, receive assisted living support for the SAME cost as many local assisted living communities.
- This program is currently offered to most Johnson and Douglas County residents.