At Caregiver Homes, we provide high-quality care that positively impacts the lives of caregivers and their loved ones.
We support thousands of care recipients and their caregivers in Connecticut, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Ohio, and Rhode Island.
Our care recipients typically have an average of 3.5 chronic conditions. The most prevalent chronic conditions include:
On average, the Caregiver Homes program is approximately ½ the cost of a skilled nursing facility.
People receiving care through our program experience longer stays in their home and in the community compared to those living in a skilled nursing home environment.
Care recipients in our program experienced a fall nearly 3.5 times less than those in a skilled nursing facility.
Study compared care recipients in our program to those in a Medicare group with similar conditions and needs. The results showed that:
> The Medicare group spent nearly 3 times more on care.
> The Medicare group required 6.5 more home health visits, 2 times more physician visits, and 4 times more days in a skilled nursing facility.
1. CGH Data on File 2013-2015.
2. CGH Data on File 2013-2015.
3. 2015 Caregiver Homes falls rate represents consumers in MA, IN and RI. Data: 0.88 per 1000 days vs falls rates for inpatient settings range from 3 to 5 falls per 1000 days.
4. Avalere Health, “Analysis of Seniorlink Population Characteristics and Benchmark Spending” 2012.
Caregiving can take a toll on caregivers, both physically and mentally. At Caregiver Homes we understand how important it is that caregivers receive support to maintain their own wellbeing, so our care teams work to ensure that families have a plan in place to allow the caregiver to take breaks for rest and recuperation.
Three quarters of families in the Caregiver Homes program use services that provide temporary relief to a primary caregiver, known as respite care services. These include alternate caregivers and adult day health programs.
Despite having more complex health situations, care recipients in families who use respite care services remain in the community an average of 3x longer than those who don’t (900 days compared to 300 days).
94.3%of care recipients
...are very happy with the care that they receive through our program
84.6%of care recipients
...say Caregiver Homes has made their lives a lot better
85.5%of care recipients
...say the service of Caregiver Homes is a lot better compared to services through hourly care attendants/aides
...are likely to recommend Caregiver Homes to another caregiver
Source: Caregiver Homes retained SPH Analytics, a National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) certified and CMS approved HEDIS Survey partner as our independent research firm. We partnered with them to conduct a study of caregivers/consumers assessing their overall satisfaction with our novel in home care program. The study was conducted October 2015–January 2016 among 1,401 caregivers and 1,087 consumers. Data reflects national panel results.