Explore our Payment & Insurance information, where we can guide you through insurance intricacies and payment modalities, providing clarity for your peace of mind.
Long Term Care Insurance
Long Term Care Insurance policies will reimburse policyholders a daily benefit amount (up to a limit). This insurance is designed to cover long-term services for personal and custodial care to assist the policyholder with their activities of daily living. Many long-term care policies have limits on how much or how long they will pay. If you are unsure of your policy details, our experts can help. We offer courtesy insurance reviews to help you better understand your policy details. We will also assist you with opening a claim towards your care services.
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As an independent contractor you will have the benefit of determining your pay rate and the hours you will work with your clients. Upon registration, you will have the opportunity to meet several Lynden Nursing office team members in person. We take the time to get to know you, understand your likes, dislikes and other objective preferences, allowing us to find appropriate client referrals for you.
You have the right to pursue or decline any client opportunity we inform you about.
Lynden Nursing Service can assist you with most Long-Term Care insurances
- Ability Insurance
- American Heritage
- Banker’s Life
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Long Term Care
- CNA Group
- Constitution Life
- Continental General
- Jackson National
- John Hancock
- AF & L
- Mutual of Omaha
- New York Life
- Penn Treaty
- Triplus/National State
- Union Labor
- Washington National
Please call us if your long-term policy is not listed above.
Ways To Cover Cost
Permanent and Whole Life Insurance Policies
If you are a policyholder of a permanent or whole life insurance policy, you can borrow from the policy for access to cash in hand to assist with paying for your home care needs.
Seniors have taken advantage of the opportunity to sell an existing insurance policy to a third party for a one-time cash payment. This lump sum payout allows the senior to apply those monies towards their home care needs.
Seniors pay for their home care services from their own resources.
A reverse mortgage is a mortgage loan offered to homeowners aged 62 and older, that allows a senior to turn equity in their home into cash on hand. This is an option that is widely used by seniors to offset their home care costs.
Do you know that if you are a veteran who served active duty for at least 90 days and one full day during a time of war, and you find yourself in need of home care assistance with your activities of daily living, you may qualify for Aid and Attendance benefits?
We can refer you to an accredited veteran agent who can assist you with the application process.
Lynden Nursing Service cannot assist you with Medicaid or Medicare and cannot refer caregivers to you under either of those programs.
There are times when the need arises for seniors to seek residence in a senior living facility. In these moments, Lynden Nursing Service can assist. We can refer you to an expert placement agent, who can make the process of choosing an appropriate senior living a positive experience. The following describes different types of senior living facilities.
A maintenance-free private residence for seniors, with a full range of amenities allowing independent living. This type of senior living does not offer custodial or medical assistance. However, a senior typically is permitted to bring in the services from a provider of their choice.
Memory care facilities offer a safe living environment for seniors affected by Alzheimer’s or Dementia. These types of facilities provide 24-hour care support for seniors in need. To prevent clients from wandering off premises, these facilities are locked for patient safety.