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More Coverage.

In addition to most long-term care programs, we accept a number of insurance carriers as well as private pay:

Accepted Insurances

Patient and
family information

Am I eligible
for CHHA services?

If you meet one or more of the following
criteria, you may qualify:

  • You were recently discharged from an inpatient facility
  • You have received a new diagnosis
  • You have been prescribed a new medication or change in dosage
  • You have experienced a recent fall
  • You require advanced wound care
  • You require injectables
  • You have experienced a change in existing condition

Am I eligible for
Medicare CHHA Services?

You may qualify if you:

  • Are you confined to the home
  • You require skilled services
  • Are you currently under the care of a physician
  • You receive services under a plan of care established and reviewed by a physician
  • You have had a face-to-face encounter within 90 days prior to SOC or within 30 days after SOC for a current diagnosis (with a physician or qualifying non-physician practitioner)

Do I qualify for
Homebound Status?

Medicare considers you homebound*
under the following criteria:

Criteria #1

One standard must be met

  • Because of your illness or injury, you require the aid of supportive devices such as crutches, canes, wheelchairs or walkers; the use of special transportation; or the assistance of another person to leave your place of residence
  • You have a condition where leaving home is medically contraindicated

Criteria #2

Both standards must be met

  • There must exist a normal inability to leave the home
  • Leaving the home must require considerable and taxing effort

*The patient may be considered “homebound” or confined to the home if absences from the home are infrequent and relatively short in duration; for medical appointments/treatments; for religious services; to attend adult day care programs (Medical Model).


What areas of
New York do you serve?

All five boroughs, six counties and growing! We’re currently serving patients in Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, Orange and Sullivan Counties, as well as in Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, Staten Island and Manhattan. Please check out our Services page for more information.

Do you service pediatrics and/or maternal and child health?

Yes, but only in select areas. Get in touch to see if your city or town is covered.

Do I need to see a physician prior to receiving home care services?

Yes. Ideally, you should see your doctor at least 60 days prior to the start of home care services. Your physician needs to submit your latest visit progress note in order for us to properly assess your home care eligibility.

Can a PA or NP order home care services?

No. Only a Doctor of Medicine may order home care.

Can my family member receive services if they attend a social day care?

Generally, no. However, if they are attending a Medical Model Adult Day Care, then we can provide additional in-home services if warranted.

Will you collaborate with my Managed Long-Term Care plan?

Yes! We have a thorough collaboration program with all MLTCs.

Still not sure if you qualify?