Frequently Asked Questions

Who pays for All In One Home Healthcare services?

The cost of service is determined on a case-by-case basis.  We currently accept Worker’s Compensation, private insurance, and private pay.

How do you qualify the staff members who will be coming into my home?

All nurses and therapists who visit your home undergo a stringent interview and screening process, including a background check and license verification.  Our care professionals are regularly supervised and evaluated to assure that clients are receiving the attentive care they deserve.

What does being homebound mean? 

Being homebound means that, because of illness or injury, a person is unable to leave the home without the help of another person, assistive device, or special transportation. Some people may ahve a condition that medically contraindicates leaving the home. Individuals are normally unable to leave home, and can’t do so without considerable and taxing effort.

How do I get started?

Call (978) 258-0917 or contact us here to submit an online request to All In One Home Healthcare.  We will come to your home to complete an assessment. Our clinical team will talk to your primary physician about your plan of care.

What is “non-medical” home care?

“Non-medical” care(sometimes called “unskilled” care) customarily refers to companionship services and personal care assistance. These services can include bathing, grooming, and dressing, as well as aid with meal preparation, light housekeeping, and errand running. Services can also include medication reminders, help with walking and moving about, and transportation to medical appointments. These services are normally accomplished by home health aides (HHAs) or certified nursing assistants (CNAs). They can be scheduled for a few hours to 24 hours per day. Non-medical home care is often appealing to the elderly, new and expectant parents, individuals with disabilities, and those returning home from a hospital or other facility.

What is “skilled” or “medical” home care?

“Skilled” medical care refers to care administered under the supervision of a doctor, nurse, or therapist. It involves home healthcare services such as skilled nursing, physical, occupational, speech, and respiratory therapies, medical social work, and hospice care. For individuals with disabilities or chronic health conditions, skilled medical care in the home can provide an alternative to residence in a hospital, nursing home, or assisted-living facility.

Are you available 24/7?

Yes. All In One Home Healthcare’s services are availale up to 24 hours per day. A local manager is always on call to answer your questions and address any concerns after hours. The on-call manager also provides around-the-clock clinical support for your healthcare team while they are providing care in your home.