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Professional home care for seniors in Edmond and Oklahoma City

Helping Seniors Live Well at Home

Senior Care At Home

Looking for home care for your elderly loved one in the Oklahoma City and Edmond area? Trust the Senior Care At Home team to provide quality service with a personalized approach.

Thank you for visiting our website.

Chances are, you have found us because you are researching care options for a senior in your life. You may be a family caregiver feeling the strain of being everything to everyone. You may have discovered your parents aren’t safe in their homes anymore due to increased risk of falling, forgetting medications, or poor nutrition. Perhaps your loved one has been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease or is discharged from a hospital stay and in need of in-home help. Regardless of why you are looking for care for your elderly loved one, you are likely feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, sad, and unsure about how to go about such an important process.

Here to help every step of the way!

Please know that you are not alone, and help is available. Locally owned and managed, Senior Care at Home is here to walk with you and help you through the emotions and the decisions you face.

Award-winning in-home care for Oklahoma City and Edmond seniors

Personalized care in the comfort of home.

Home care is the most flexible care option.

Getting started with home care.

Our Story

Locally owned and managed since 2014, Senior Care At Home helps seniors live well at home.

Local owners Greg Bridges and Melissa Hill


“My life is easier because I have flexibility and peace of mind that my dad is in good hands.”

– Edmond client’s daughter

What is home care?2024-01-31T05:20:06+00:00

In-home care provides seniors with one-on-one care and assistance in the comfort of home. Home care includes assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and other personal care. Additionally, home care services include meal preparation, shopping, transportation, laundry, medication reminders and light housekeeping. With one-on-one care, seniors receive the highest level of personal attention, and can engage in social, cognitive, and physical activities. For seniors who wish to stay in their homes, in-home care can be a great option to help ensure health, safety, and quality of life. 

Who pays for home care?2024-01-31T05:20:06+00:00

Home care generally is a private-pay service. Many of our clients use long-term care insurance benefits to help cover the cost of in-home care. Home care is not covered by Medicare and other health insurance because home care services are non-medical. Medicare pays for home health care, such as physical therapy, nurse visits, and hospice care. These services are available in the home, however, must be determined medically necessary and be ordered by a physician based on eligibility criteria. The Veterans Administration offers an income-based home care benefit through its Aid and Attendance Program.

How much does home care cost?2024-01-31T05:20:06+00:00

The answer no one wants to hear, “It depends.” Home care is typically an hourly service, so it depends on the level of care needed and the hours needed to provide that care. Any senior care has a cost, whether its assisted living, nursing home, or home care. In most cases, home care can be less expensive than nursing home care. It’s best to interview agencies and discuss your loved one’s needs and let each company make a professional recommendation and provide an estimate. You can expect to pay from a few hundred dollars a week to a few thousand dollars a week for 24×7 care.

How do you choose a caregiver for my loved one?2024-01-31T05:20:06+00:00

One of the reasons we earn high client satisfaction ratings is our ability to match clients and caregivers. After our initial meeting and assessment with you and your loved one, our Care Manager will have an excellent idea of the level of care needed and the type of personality that would be a good fit. At that point, we go through a matching process to help ensure the very best fit. Nearly 100% of the time, we are right on target with our “matchmaking” skills. However, anytime during the relationship that the client wants to change caregivers — for any reason — we willingly do so.

Frequently Asked Questions

Give us a call today for more information: 405-285-4191

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