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The 10 Best Nursing Homes in Kaneohe, HI for 2024

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  • Nursing Home Facilities in Kaneohe, Hawaii
  • Nursing Home Costs in Kaneohe, HI
  • Financial Assistance for Nursing Home Care in Kaneohe, HI
  • Free & Low-Cost Resources for Seniors in Kaneohe, HI
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Nursing Home Costs in Kaneohe, HI

On average, nursing homes in Kaneohe charge $12,471 per month for semiprivate rooms and $15,056 for private rooms.

The Cost of Nursing Home Care in Nearby Cities

The cost of nursing home care in Kaneohe averages $12,471 — significantly more than the national mean of $7,908 but consistent with Hawaii’s average of $12,501. While nursing homes in nearby Honolulu are similarly costly, seniors may save over $1,100 by choosing a facility in Kahului. On the mainland in San Francisco and Los Angeles, CA, nursing homes are more affordable than those in Kaneohe by around $900 and $3,350, respectively.

Kaneohe

$12,471

Hawaii

$12,501

United States

$7,908

Honolulu

$12,471

Kahului

$11,345

Los Angeles, CA

$9,125

San Francisco, CA

$11,566

The Cost of Other Types of Senior Care

Nursing homes in Kaneohe charge $12,471 for shared accommodations, and private rooms cost $2,585 more. Home health care is less than half the cost at $5,720 and allows seniors to receive nursing care in the privacy of their homes. Individuals who need only personal care can save an estimated $6,750 to $7,100 by opting for in-home care or assisted living. Adult day health care, meanwhile, costs just $1,625, making it an affordable alternative for those who don’t need round-the-clock care.

In-Home Care

$5,720

Home Health Care

$5,720

Adult Day Health Care

$1,625

Assisted Living Facility

$5,375

Nursing Home (semiprivate room)

$12,471

Nursing Home (private room)

$15,056

Note: Data for Kaneohe was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, Honolulu, was used instead.

Financial Assistance for Nursing Home Care in Kaneohe, HI

Many seniors and their families use some form of financial assistance to help them pay for nursing care. The main options available are Medicare, Medicaid, and veterans benefits. These programs can be complicated, especially when it comes to benefit terms. Below, we give a brief overview of how these programs may be used towards paying for skilled nursing care.

  • Medicare: Medicare will typically cover all skilled nursing costs for the first 20 days of one’s stay in a nursing home and a portion of the costs until day 100. After 100 days in a skilled nursing facility, Medicare will not cover any part of the cost of the stay. While this is adequate when short-term care is needed, those in need of long-term care will need to either pay out-of-pocket or use another source of financial assistance.
  • Medicaid: Medicaid covers most of the costs of living in a skilled nursing facility for those who qualify. Care, room, and board are covered with no time limit, but residents may be charged for extras like specially prepared food or cosmetic services. Medicaid eligibility standards are strict and complex, so not all seniors are eligible for Medicaid benefits.
  • Veterans Benefits: Veterans receiving a VA pension may also be eligible for the Aid and Attendance benefit administered by the VA. Aid and Attendance is a monthly allowance that beneficiaries may use to pay for their long-term care, including skilled nursing care.

If these options aren’t available to you, check if your loved one has long-term care insurance or contact your Area Agency on Aging to ask about any local financial assistance programs for seniors.

Free & Low-Cost Resources for Seniors in Kaneohe, HI

Navigating the long-term care marketplace alone can be stressful for both seniors and their loved ones, but fortunately, local support is available. The following table features state programs, government agencies and nonprofit organizations offering free assistance on long-term care issues to Kaneohe’s older adults.

ResourceContactService
Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program(888) 229-2231Hawaii’s long-term care ombudsmen advocate for the rights of long-term care facility residents. They can investigate and resolve complaints against nursing homes in Kaneohe brought to their attention by or on behalf of vulnerable seniors.
ALU LIKE Inc. Elderly Services Department(808) 535-6700ALU LIKE's Elderly Services Department offers free programs to support the well-being of Hawaiians aged 60 and older and their caregivers. Program services include cultural identity preservation activities, congregate and home-delivered meals, nutritional counseling, health screenings and reassurance calls. Program operators also refer seniors to supportive services provided by third parties.
City and County of Honolulu Elderly Affairs Division (EAD)(808) 768-7700As the designated Area Agency on Aging for Oahu, the EAD contracts with local agencies to provide free services, such as legal counseling and transportation, to the island's senior population, including Kaneohe's homebound and nursing home residents. Individuals can call its helpline for unbiased information, advice and referrals regarding their long-term care needs.
Hawaii State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP)(888) 875-9229Medicare-eligible individuals and their families can contact Hawaii SHIP's Medicare-certified counselors for one-on-one, unbiased health insurance advice. Counseling is free and available in person, over the phone or via Zoom. This service is also available for adults nearing age 65.
Elder Law Services(808) 536-4302The Legal Aid Society of Hawaii's Elder Law Services project assists those over ages 60 with wills, advance health care directives, power of attorney documents and transfer-on-death deeds. Senior crime victims can also access free advocacy services. Calls are answered from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on weekdays.
Hawaii Office of Veterans' Services (OVS)(808) 433-0420The OVS helps eligible seniors obtain state and federal VA benefits, such as pensions and Aid and Attendance allowance, which can pay for nursing care. Staff can help individuals appeal denied VA benefits claims. The office also offers burial assistance services.

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