Become a Home Care Provider

Are you a home care provider looking to expand your client base? At AVCC, we help you find local Veterans looking for the services you offer.

What Does a Home Care Provider Do?

It’s no secret that once people hit a certain age, they need more assistance in their daily lives. But what happens to Veterans or surviving spouses who need care services, but aren’t in a financial position that allows them to receive the care they need? They contact AVCC to help them afford and receive local home care services from our nationwide network of providers. 

Home care providers come into Veterans’ homes and help them perform everyday tasks. We bring providers into our network to make it easier for them to find Veterans in their locations to work with. We’re always looking for new providers to join our network and provide the following services to Veterans in their areas:

  • Companionship
  • Meal preparation/feeding
  • Laundry
  • Light housekeeping
  • Grocery shopping/errands
  • Transportation
  • Medication reminders
  • Bathing/hygiene/grooming
  • Mobility assistance—including transferring assistance and fall prevention
  • Toileting and incontinence care

Many Veterans and surviving spouses want to stay at home instead of moving to an assisted living facility. That’s why AVCC is always seeking out candidates who can further expand our nationwide network. Without VA benefits, Veterans may never be able to receive your home care services. With the right financial assistance, guidance, and resources, home care providers can offer exceptional services to Veterans and surviving spouses.

What’s the Difference Between Home Care and Home Health Care?

Home care services help older adults with the tasks of daily living, such as bathing, grooming, meal preparation, and medication reminders. A home care provider offers services that an assisted living facility would provide, but they allow seniors and Veterans to stay in their homes. Home care workers can be skilled or unskilled workers, but they have to earn some sort of training certification to work for a home care agency

Home health care services, on the other hand, help older adults manage medical conditions either after they return from a hospital stay or when they need long-term care for medical reasons but want to stay at home. In these cases, home health aides visit them and provide nursing care, physical therapy, and other skilled medical services. Home health aides are always skilled medical workers with degrees and certifications.

At AVCC, we focus on connecting Veterans and surviving spouses to home care services to improve their quality of life through help with daily tasks.

Why Provide Home Care Services to Veterans?

You may wonder why you should offer your home care services to Veterans and surviving spouses, and we’re here to tell you there are several great reasons. First, they’ve made sacrifices for our country, and providing them with home care in their later years is a great way to give back to them. You can take this time to learn more about them and their life experiences. Second, if you don’t have any experience working with Veterans and surviving spouses, this is an opportunity to work with a new demographic and expand your services to include them. You can take the chance to learn about Veterans’ and surviving spouses’ needs and determine how to deliver the home care services that meet their demands. Providing home care services to Veterans and surviving spouses gives you many opportunities to grow your business. All you need to do is take a chance to help them.

How Do I Become a Home Care Provider for Veterans?

Getting the word out about your service to the surrounding community is one of the most effective ways to increase the scale of your services. For every Veteran and surviving spouse who needs home care services, there’s a home care company that isn’t sure how to align itself with them. That’s where AVCC comes in. It’s our job to not only help our Veterans find the perfect solution for long, happy, and healthy lives, but to also give providers the tools and exposure they need to find clients who are looking for their services.

When you join our network of home care providers, you receive support from us to help you grow your business. We offer all the resources you need to grow your business in our online portal.

We’re always seeking new applicants to join AVCC’s nationwide network of experienced providers. Fill out an application today to find out why so many home care services choose AVCC to improve their clientele base and begin providing services to Veterans and surviving spouses.

Veterans will always need home care.
Are you the right provider for Veterans nationwide?

Apply With AVCC Today To Serve Your Community

AVCC specializes in making life more manageable for those who need it. If you are a provider looking to offer Veterans and surviving spouses home care, we wantthe entire process to be streamlined for everyone involved. We know how difficult it can be for Veterans to find theright home care.The VA can be difficult to navigate, and filling out mountains of paperwork with no knowledge of what a Veteran will get makes it difficult to expand your network.That’s where AVCC comes in. We make it simple to match Veterans with home care providers. Reach out to our experienced team today and find out how we can help your home care business work with Veterans and surviving spousesacross the country.

Ready to become a provider?