Home Care Genie is pleased and proud of its relationships with the following organizations:
GUARANTEE TRUST LIFE (GTL)
Founded in 1936, GTL has a proud history of providing superior insurance products and best-in-class customer service to individuals and families for over 82 years.
Through a competitive portfolio of targeted individual and group life and health insurance solutions, the company offers an attractive and trusted value proposition to its policyholders and distributors while encouraging and supporting personal growth and civic involvement from its employees.
Guarantee Trust Life is the underwriter of Home Care Genie’s Home Care Complete products.
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Wellthy is a phone-based and online care coordination service that helps families that are taking care of loved ones that are aging at home. Wellthy connects families with a dedicated Care Coordinator to help tackle the logistical and administrative tasks of caring for the ones they love, including themselves. Home Care Complete policyholders can access Wellthy’s care coordination services at their times of need to find vetted in-home care services and other services to help them age at home.
Wellthy’s Care Coordinators can also support policyholders and their families by scheduling appointments, finding the right specialists, researching treatment options, managing insurance, organizing records, communicating with family members and much, much more.
Home Care Complete policyholders enjoy a 15% discount on monthly care coordination services to support them if they are caring for loved ones aging at home. Plus, anytime access to information and tools to help families understand, organize, and centralize caregiving activities.
Wellthy’s Care Coordinators know the ins-and-outs of the system, so you don’t have to. Get the care you and your loved ones deserve. With Wellthy, you’ll always have someone on your side.
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AGING AT HOME ASSOCIATION
The Aging at Home Association was formed because too few Americans have the resources to create an informed plan for long-term aging in the home. Nearly 2/3 of Americans over the age of 65 will need help at some point to live at home. The costs can be significant – nearly $50,000 on average* – which Medicare does not pay for. And if this help is not well planned or delivered, the risk of falls and injury can increase, which can result in a move from a cherished home to a nursing home.
The Aging at Home Association addresses these issues in three important ways: