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ARIS at home Announcing A New Trial Service Plan For Home Care Services In The Chicago Land Area
Introduction of a new pricing plan that will let consumers trial ARIS at home's services for one week at a discounted rate.
The 2-4-6 Plan is a program that allows families in the Chicago land area to receive one week of ARIS at home's service at a discounted rate. This trial period gives the family a clear understanding of how effective home care would be for their current needs. This plan is designed to build confidence in confidence in home care itself as a viable option for a loved one's daily care. This program is a trial for one week. There is no financial obligation to continue services past the first week of service.
Here is how it works:
When a family schedules an ARIS at home caregiver for 8-15 hours for the first week (Min 4 hours/day), the first 2 hours of care are complimentary.
When a family schedules an ARIS at home caregiver for 16-23 hours for the first week (Min 4 hours/day), the first 4 hours of care are complimentary.
When a family schedules an ARIS at home caregiver for 24+ Hours for the first week (Min 4 hours/day), the first 6 hours of care are complimentary.
According to Travis Slaby, President of ARIS at home, Inc., "Once families have experienced ARIS at home's professional service and compassionate caregiving, we are confident they will continue with our service allowing their loved ones to receive quality care at home. However, there is no financial obligation to continue services past the first week."
According to the recent Genworth 2011 Cost of Care Survey, the cost for a Private, One Bedroom residence at an assisted living facility in the Chicago area is $50,400 per year. The cost for a Private Room in a nursing home is $76,384 per year. For a Semi-Private Room in a nursing home, the cost is $65,700 per year.
The average cost for in home care (calculated at 24 hours per week) could reach approximately $25,000 per year. The cost of in home care can be substantially less than facility care in the Chicago land area, but the trade-off for that cost savings is increased family participation within the home. Many family members are providing care full time within the home to save even more, but can experience Caregiver Burnout. The 2-4-6 Plan can provide a balance. Not only improving quality of life for the one who needs the care, but for the family members providing care. The 2-4-6 Plan can provide necessary respite a devoted family caregiver needs to continue providing excellent care for a loved one at home.
Mr. Slaby adds, "We are very excited about offering this option to families that are unsure about in home care. Hopefully, we can convince them that their loved ones can thrive in their own home. That there are quality options for home care out there."
To learn more about ARIS at home's 2-4-6 Plan, contact their main office at (708) 934-4676, or visit their company website at www.arisathome.com.
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ARIS at home provides non-medical home care to clients who want to remain in their own home. Our client’s consists of the elderly, people with illnesses or disabilities, and families that may need an “extra set of hands.”
Services include Personal Care, Companion Care, Live-In Care, Respite Care, and Memory Care
ARIS represents Accountability, Respect, Integrity and Service
ARIS at home hires quality, compassionate caregivers to provide our services in the client’s home. Each caregiver is carefully screened and background checked before they are able to enter a client’s home. Our administrative staff is responsible for assessing clients, coordinating care, managing the caregivers, & solving day to day situations that arise in order to give clients the most professional, compassionate experience possible.
ARIS at home provides service in Cook, DuPage and Lake Counties in the state of Illinois.
Phone: (708) 934-4676
Page Updated Last on: Oct 14, 2011