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Celebrating 17 Years
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9004 Menaul NE
Suite 11
Albuquerque, NM 87112

www.foryourcare.com
 

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Frequently Asked Questions
 

What types of services are offered?   
Services are available by the hour, with a 4 hour minimum. Twenty four hour, over-night and live-in services are also available.

Does Insurance pay for our services?
Long term care insurance may pay for in-home, non-medical services. It depends on the kind of policy purchased and how many activities of daily living (ADLs) the client needs assistance with before the policy starts coverage. Usually a physician writes an order as to what ADLs the client needs help with.

Once coverage is determined, we will work with you to make sure you have all the documentation in order for you to file for reimbursement.


What forms of payment can be made for our services?                  
We ask that you pay by check.

What are the costs for services?
Our prices are calculated by the hour and are dependent upon the client’s needs.

How do you choose caregivers?
Applicants must pass a nationwide background check, including the New Mexico Court System and the New Mexico Abuse Registry. The hiring manager calls all the references the applicants have listed. We conduct Random Drug Testing. 

 
 

As a silent epidemic risk factor for falling among seniors include:

  • Falls within the last three months.
  • Dizziness, fatigue, trouble walking
  • Balance issues -- unsteady on your feet. 
  • Proper shoes

The CDC Reports that Falls in Seniors is a Silent Epidemic


Falling in Seniors is a leading cause of injury leading to death.

  • New Mexico has one of the highest Fall Rates in the Nation.  
  • Every year one in three seniors fall.  Of those who fall and break a hip, 30% die within the year.
  • Millions of Americans go to the ER every year due to fall related injuries.   
  • Falls can be caused by inner ear problems, new medications, dementia, loss in vision, and motor  problems,
  • Stop a fall before it happens; get rid of rugs, fall hazards in the house,
  • Physical therapy can help seniors learn how to reduce the chance of falling.