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Patient Bliss eagerly seeks to develop a profound comprehension of you or your loved one. By filling out the home care services form above, you empower us to comprehend your distinct needs and craft the optimal care plan, ensuring continued comfort in your own home.
Should you need assistance at any stage, simply click the CALL NOW button, and a dedicated member of the Patient Bliss team will be on hand to assist you promptly. At Patient Bliss, your welfare is paramount, and we value your confidence in us.

3 Easy Steps to Receiving Care from a Loved One

How Does it Work?
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Get assessed

Our representative will visit you at home to determine if you’re eligible for the program. You’ll find out how many weekly hours of care you can get.

Asset 2

Choose a caregiver

You choose a caregiver: your daughter, son, relative, friend, or caregiver from our agency. We come to your home to enroll you in the program.

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You get care

You choose a caregiver: your daughter, son, relative, friend, or caregiver from our agency. We come to your home to enroll you in the program.

Why Choose Us?

Patient Bliss Home Care Agency
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High Quality Caregivers

Our Team receives quality training and support!

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Years of expertise

We've offered in-home care services since 1986

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Patient Satisfaction

We provide high-quality health care to all of our patients

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We understand that you might have questions about our home care services. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions and their answers.

Home health care encompasses a variety of services designed to support clients of all ages, spanning from children to seniors, as they enjoy the familiarity and comfort of their own homes. Whether recuperating from a hospital stay or proactively seeking to avoid hospitalization, our certified caregivers and medical professionals deliver personalized care, empowering patients to sustain their independence and uphold their desired quality of life. To explore the full spectrum of home health care services, we invite you to visit our “Services” page.

Home care waivers, also referred to as waiver funded services, are state-level programs tailored for individuals seeking long-term care while preferring to stay within the familiar confines of their own home. These programs, supported by Medicaid, necessitate adherence to specific eligibility criteria and completion of an application process.

A person must:

  • Have a medical need for long-term care services — A doctor must complete a form telling the department of the medical need. This form is then reviewed by a department-approved agent. The agent will tell the county assistance office if services are needed.
  • Be a U.S. citizen or a qualified non-citizen
  • Be a resident of Pennsylvania
  • Have a social security number

For one person:

  • If your income is below or equal to 300 percent of the FBR (currently $2,130), the resource limit is $2,000 with an additional $6,000 resource disregard.
  • If your income is above 300 percent of the FBR (currently $2,130), the resource limit is $2,400.
  • Many individuals pay for LTC with personal funds and eventually reduce their resources to the Medicaid LTC limits.

Most income is counted, including:

  • Social security
  • Pensions
  • Interest and dividends from savings and investments
  • Rental income
  • Withdrawals from an IRA
  • Income Limits (for one person)
  • For non-money payment (NMP) categories, the limit is 300 percent of the federal benefit rate (FBR), which changes annually. For 2013, the individual income limit is $2,130.
  • For medically needy only (MNO) categories, the limit is $2,550 (semi-annual net income)
  • If your income exceeds 300 percent of the FBR limit, the anticipated cost of long-term care facility services for a 6-month period is an allowable medical expense deduction to reduce monthly income.

Examples of resources that are counted:

  • Bank accounts
  • Stocks, bonds, and mutual funds
  • IRA and Keogh accounts
  • Non-resident property
  • Cash value of life insurance — if the face value of all policies is greater than $1,500 per person (the first $1,000 of cash value is excluded)

Examples of resources not counted:

The home:

  • If the value of the home is less than or equal to $525,000 and you intend to return to the home or are residing in it
  • If a spouse or dependent resides in the home
    One motor vehicle
    All burial spaces/plots including those with a marker
    Revocable and irrevocable burial reserves subject to specified limits

NOTE: The resources of a parent who is applying for or receiving HCBS and is living with their child who is under the age of 21 are excluded.

Any asset that was transferred, sold, or given away within the past 60 months (look-back period) must be reviewed by the county assistance office when a person applies for Medicaid long-term care. The look-back period is determined by the date a person is admitted to an LTC facility or assessed eligible for HCBS and has applied for Medicaid long-term care.

For more information about home care qualifications please visit the Department of Human Services website here.

Also, if you are not sure if you qualify for Medicaid the American Council on Aging now offers a free, quick and easy Medicaid eligibility test for seniors that you can take here.

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