Home Health Care Provider

Providing Care Throughout Pennsylvania

What makes CareGivers America Different from Other Agencies

About CareGivers America

CareGivers America’s history began in the 1990s when the founder owned and operated two personal care homes. Despite his best attempts to make his facilities beautiful, he frequently would hear residents wishing they could live at home. What resulted was an organization that could allow them to do just that…

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What Services Does CareGivers America Provide?

At CareGivers America, we understand that your health starts at home. We’ve developed a comprehensive home-based care offering to ensure you can stay home without the hassle of coordinating between multiple agencies. Whether you need assistance with activities of daily living or need more intensive nursing and therapy support, we are here to meet your needs. We further provide home adaptations, emergency response systems (medical alert buttons), and nurse pill box fill visits to ensure you have everything you need with just one call to CareGivers America.

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Who Pays for Home Health Care?

Paying for Home Health Care can be complicated, but CareGivers America is here to help you understand your options.

Skilled Home Health Services, as provided by nurses and therapists, are often covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and a variety of third party insurances, such as Geisinger, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Amerihealth Caritas/Keystone First, United Health, Aetna, Gateway, and more. Our administrative team will work with your insurance prior to the delivery of services to see if you qualify.

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Why Choose CareGivers America

Choosing a home health care agency is an important decision; you are inviting that agency to be a guest in your home on a regular basis. It’s natural to have a lot of questions while you are making the decision about which Home Health Care Agency to choose.

CareGivers America believes in not only saying we’re the best but proving it. We know that quality is not simply something that’s stated but rather something that’s earned through dedication and commitment. Read More

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FAQs about Home Health Care

What is the difference between Home Health and Home Care in Pennsylvania?
The major difference is that Home Health is skilled care provided by nurses and therapists, while Home Care is non-skilled care for activities of daily living, such as meal preparation, bathing, grooming, transportation, housekeeping, and the like.

Are staff insured and bonded?
Yes, all caregivers are W2 employees of CareGivers America and as such are insured and bonded through the company.

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What is Community Health Choices?

COMMUNITY HEALTHCHOICES (CHC) is Pennsylvania’s mandatory managed care program for dually eligible individuals and individuals with physical disabilities — serving more people in communities, giving them the opportunity to work, spend more time with their families, and experience an overall better quality of life. When implemented, CHC will improve services for hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians.

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Simplura Health Group

CareGivers America is a Simplura Health Group organization, one of the largest home care companies in the country with operations in 5 states.

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