ABCM Healthy Living Home Care

What is ABCM Healthy Living Home Care?

ABCM Healthy Living Home Care is a non-medical, personal care and companionship service that also offers transportation services to those in need. Our goal is to offer a safe option to individuals who wish to remain living independently in their home, but may require some assistance with daily tasks. Home care can be arranged for as little as sixty minutes per day, or as much as 24-hours per day, seven days per week.

Our Personal Care Assistants

We respect the privacy of those we serve and have taken every precaution to protect it. As part of the ABCM Corporation staff, our Personal Care Assistants are thoroughly screened, trained, insured and bonded. We strive to maintain quality care by providing our Personal Care Assistants with on-going training, quality visits and office support. They take the time to get to know each individual, providing compassionate care and understanding to see that their needs are fully met.
Personal Care Assistants travel to the individual's home: house, condo, apartment, or even an assisted living community to provide services.

Payer Sources

ABCM Healthy Living Home Care accepts CDAC, Private Pay, VA, and Long-term Care Insurance. We bill most major insurance companies.  We can assist with submitting claims to long-term care insurers.

ABCM Healthy Living Home Care is currently provided through Colonial Manor of ElmaOakwood Care Center in Clear Lake, Emmetsburg Care Center, Guttenberg Care Center, Maple Manor Village in Aplington, Nora Springs Care Center, Northgate Care Center in Waukon, Oelwein Heath Care Center and Westview of Indianola.

Federal Nondiscrimination and Accessibility Notice

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origin, religion, pregnancy or disability, in compliance with the Title VI
of Public Law 88-352 the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and 1991, as amended,
and section 216 Code of Iowa, as amended.