Frequently asked questions

What payment options are available?


  • Veterans Choice Program / Care in the Community
  • Long-Term Care insurance
  • Private pay




Do you provide free consultations before we decide on a home care professional?


Yes, Counting Blessings Home Care offers free consultations! This allows you to connect one-on-one with our team and allows us to explain how our team can best assist you. At CBHC, we believe a personal connection is important from the moment we first meet.




Who do you serve?


We offer comprehensive home care services to anyone in need of non-medical in-home care! We serve clients of all ages, physical conditoins, and cognitive levels




Who are your caregivers?


We differentiate ourselves by finding and employing the very best caregivers who believe in and perform their work according to the high standards of excellence in quality care set forth by Counting Blessings Home Care. Our staff is finger printed, background checked, and run through multiple criminal databases to assure our client's safety. All of our employees are insured, covered under Ohio or Nevada’s Workers' Compensation and HIPPA compliant. We also provide continuing education to our caregivers on an ongoing basis




What does setting up a care plan look like for me? How do I start receiving care?


  1. Give us a call at our Ohio or Nevada number (found below or on our Contact page) to see if our services are right for you.
  2. Our nurses will assist you in designing a personalized Care Plan. Our care plans are developed with both family and client in mind, as well as the recommendations of your health professionals, to assure you get the care you want and need.
  3. Our scheduler will reach out to you after your initial assessment to develop a schedule that meets your needs.
  4. We begin providing you high-quality care according to the arranged Care Plan.




What should I consider when choosing a home health care provider?


  • Does this provider include the patient and his or her family members in developing the plan of care? Are they involved in making care plan changes?
  • How long has this provider been serving the community?
  • Does this provider supply literature explaining its services, eligibility requirements, fees, and funding sources? Many providers furnish patients with a detailed “Patient Bill of Rights” that outlines the rights and responsibilities of the providers, patients, and caregivers alike. An annual report and other educational materials also can provide helpful information about the provider.
  • Does this provider assign supervisors to oversee the quality of care patients are receiving in their homes? If so, how often do these individuals make visits? Who can the patient and his or her family members call with questions or complaints? How does the agency follow up on and resolve problems?
  • What procedures does this provider have in place to handle emergencies? Are its caregivers available 24 hours a day, seven days a week?
  • How does this provider ensure patient confidentiality?
  • In addition, ask the home care provider to supply you with a list of references, such as doctors, discharge planners, patients or their family members, and community leaders who are familiar with the provider’s quality of service.





Ready to get started?

Speak with one of our home care advisors today!