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Friendship at Home’s Three Membership Options

To help our members age in the comfort of their own home with the peace of mind that future medical services will be coordinated whenever necessary, Friendship at Home has designed three membership levels. The three membership plans — All Inclusive, Security and Co-pay — provide varying degrees of coverage and costs to meet every …

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What is a Care Coordinator?

Providing long-term care for a spouse or parent with health issues can be stressful and exhausting — both physically and emotionally. At Friendship at Home, we’ve designed our program to ensure our members will never need to burden their loved ones with their care needs. We have on-staff care coordinators that schedule non-medical homecare services. As licensed social …

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Will Friendship at Home’s Services Travel With Me?

Friendship at Home is a long-term, in-home continuing care program that allows members to age at home and receive up to full nursing-home-level care whenever they need it. The plan can drastically reduce the number of “what-ifs” in your life and allow you to enjoy retirement with the peace of mind that you’ll never burden …

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Is It Ever Too Late to Become a Member?

  The Friendship at Home program allows people 62 and older to age confidently in their own home knowing they will have access to affordable long-term care services if and when they need them. If you compare Friendship at Home to long-term care insurance or a continuing care retirement community, it’s often the most cost-effective …

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How is Friendship at Home Different From Long-Term Care Insurance?

As we grow older, it’s important to have a plan in place for long-term care. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, more than 70 percent of adults older than 65 will need some form of long-term care. While many retirees have traditionally relied on long-term care insurance policies to pay for …

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What is Friendship at Home?

  Friendship at Home is a unique alternative for anyone who chooses not to move into a retirement community but wants the same guarantee of quality care as they age. The program offers all of the same services and advantages — without communal living. The Friendship at Home program allows retirees 62 and older to …

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Friendship at Home’s Favorite Winter Meals

  There’s no better time to get together with family and enjoy a hot meal than during the snowy winter months. Here are some of our team’s favorite meals for an icy evening at home. Maple-Roasted Chicken Thighs with Sweet Potato Wedges and Brussels sprouts  Originally posted on Eatingwell.com, this recipe is as easy as …

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6 Reasons to Age in Place

There really is no place like home. Many of our favorite memories are made in the comfort of our homes — that special evening on the back porch watching fireflies or your grandkids’ first Thanksgiving. It often feels as though our house is the center of our family. As we age, it’s not uncommon to …

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Ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Retirement

Valentine’s day isn’t just for couples — it’s an opportunity to celebrate love in all forms. Whether you spend the day with your grandkids, a best friend or your significant other, it’s a great time to make a memory with someone you care about. Below are a few of Friendship at Home’s creative ways to …

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6 Benefits of Retirement

There’s a reason they’re called our golden years! Retirement is when the stress of work finally melts away and you’re left with the freedom to pursue your passions. While retirement is one of life’s most fulfilling stages, it’s easy to get caught up in negative talk about growing older. Sometimes, we need a little reminder …

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