FAQ's for In-Home Senior Care, ABI Services & Certified Aging-In-Place in the Louisville KY area.
What services do you offer?
Capacity Care offers In-Home Senior Care, Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) services and Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS).
In-Home Senior Care includes tasks such as companionship, transportation to physician appointments, bathing, dressing, hygiene, light housekeeping, relief for personal caregivers and more.
ABI services help get you back into the game of life. These services include Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy, Counseling, Companionship and Adult Day Training.
CAPS helps your loved ones keep some independence and stay in their home as long as they can while aging. Aging-In-Place services rendered by our Specialist facilitate the process of modifying or remodeling homes for increased mobility and access for seniors. Modifications may include wheelchair access, shower grab bars or open cabinetry.
What payment options are available?
Payment options include short and long-term care insurance, private payments (no insurance) and various waiver programs. Call Capacity Care at 502-893-8414 for more information.
Do you offer private pay as an option?
Yes. Private Pay is an accepted method of payment for our services. Interested in our services but don’t have insurance? Our senior in-home care, ABI and CAPS services are timely, efficient and provided at a reasonable cost to our clients.
I am considering hiring a companion for my elderly parent. What should I look for in an elder companion caregiver?
Each case is different and each approach is tailored to your specific wants and needs. When you contact Capacity Care, your first visit will be an assessment of you and your loved one’s needs, wishes, medical history and in home care requirements.
You know best your loved ones personality. We will help pair a companion with your loved one. Key considerations and traits to look for include patience, compassion, kindness, honesty, discretion, trustworthiness, dependability and good communication skills.
Always ask if the companion has a RN, LPN, CMT, or PT/OT license.
My aging parent wants to remain in their home as long as possible. Do you offer CAPS?
Yes. Our Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist will provide a free consultation to outline the review process of your parent’s home for mobility and task assessment modifications. We will assess your loved one’s home and make a professional recommendation for improvements that will help keep your aging loved one in-home.
These modifications include bathroom grab bars for tubs and toilets, accessible kitchen and bath vanities and sinks, kitchen cabinets with underneath access, induction cook stove tops to minimize the chances of burns, open cabinetry (no doors), roll under sinks, elevated dishwasher or one with drawers, handrails on each side of stair cases, door knobs with lever door handles, non-skid tape on outdoor and indoor steps that are not carpeted, accessible electrical outlets and light switches to ease bending & provide accessibility from wheelchairs and much more.