Frequently Asked Questions

360 Healthcare

Read answers to commonly asked questions about 360 Healthcare’s Home Health Care programs.

Do you accept Florida Medicaid?


How much does memory care cost?

Rates vary based on the needs of the patient, call our office at (561) 400-0505 to learn more.

When is memory care needed?

There a few questions to consider when deciding is memory care for a loved one needed:

  • Have any accidents occurred recently with appliances in home such as the stove or forgetting to turn it off properly?
  • In the event of a fire, do you feel your loved one would follow appropriate emergency measures including calling 911 and leaving premises?
  • Has your loved one become progressively dependent with their “Activities of Daily Living” (ADLs) recently (eating, dressing, bathing)?
  • Has he or she or become easily threatened or suspicious of others, taking medications, or eating certain foods?
  • Is your loved one taking medications on schedule, following correct dosages, and willing to use an organizer/reminder device if necessary?
  • Has your loved one gotten lost or unable to remember personal information such as address, phone number, contacts that enable them to return home? Has he or she gotten lost while running errands?
  • As the caregiver, is your health at risk, are you missing a lot of work or are you unable to manage other responsibilities? Do you have additional support to care for your loved one?

What is memory care?

Memory care is a long-term care option for patients who have problems with at least two areas of daily living (ADLS). Patients with a memory related disease such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia are excellent candidates for memory care.

What parts of home health care is covered by Medicare?

Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers eligible home health services like these:

  • Intermittent skilled nursing care
  • Physical therapy
  • Speech-language pathology services
  • Continued occupational services
  • And more

Usually, a home health care agency coordinates the services your doctor orders for you.
Medicare doesn’t pay for:

  • 24-hour-a-day care at home
  • Meals delivered to your home
  • Homemaker services
  • Personal care

How much does it cost for home health care?

Pricing is based on the care plan and can range from 1 to 24 hours of care.

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs now offers AID. Through this program, qualified Veterans and their spouses may receive financial assistance for home health services. For questions about eligibility for home health benefits, we are pleased to offer you our assistance in guiding you to the right resources in order to save you time and trouble. Please contact us if this is an option you would like to explore so that we can help you start the process.

What is home health care?

Home health care covers a broad range of health care services administered in the home. Such services can include new mother assistance, companionship, or treatment for an illness or injury. In-home care is a cost-effective alternative to Assisted Living.

Why is home health care important?

The goal of home health care is to keep the patient as independent as possible. Living in a familiar environment is a proven method for increasing a patient’s mental well-being.

How does home health care work?

Home health is a simple process that involves an assessment by a registered nurse. The patient and caregiver create a schedule and care plan that matches the needs of the patient.

How do I qualify for home health care?

Everyone qualifies for home health. Whether through Private Pay, Long Term Care Insurance, Medicaid or Medicare.