Private duty provides a broad range of clinical and non-clinical in-home care services that help people in need of care remain safe, independent, and empowered in their homes.
No, Medicare offers no coverage for private duty care. Private duty care for the most part is paid for directly by the client and/or family. Some clients have long-term care insurance that may offer coverage for in-home care. Specific coverage amounts and limitations on cost vary greatly from policy to policy.
Yes. Services are available for as little as a few hours a visit up to 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
When your needs change we will accommodate you, increasing or decreasing services as required.
Intrepid Private Duty helps alleviate stress thus improving the quality of life for all concerned. We offer a dedicated, experienced and compassionate care, not just a service. We respect your choices and rights to remaining in your own home so you can keep costs to a minimum while receiving the best, professional and friendly care and companionship.
Companion” or “sitter” means a person who spends time with or cares for an elderly, handicapped, or convalescent individual and accompanies such individual on trips and outings and may prepare and serve meals to such individual. A companion may not provide hands-on personal care to a client.