Preventive plan:

Home health insurance

The way to begin to take care of yourself

Now taking care of yourself is easier! "Preventive Plan" is a new health trend that seeks to revalue old age in an active and happy way, promoting prevention as a lifestyle.
Having a prepaid service for health companions guarantees the peace of mind that is needed in times of greatest vulnerability, increasing the quality of life and reducing stress situations for both the patient and the family group.

Our plans

With these plans you can join individually or your entire family,
including up to three generations (you, your parents, your spouse and your children).


Includes assistance in:
Sanatoriums & Hospitals

Through this modality, you have the professional assistance of Always qualified
personnel, during the time that the patient┬┤s hospitalization requires, having previously
chosen the coverage options, for 8, 12 or 24 hours a day.


Includes assistance in: Sanatoriums & Hospitals Post hospitalization
In addition to the basic modality, this service is used immediately after leaving the sanatorium or hospital. You will be able to receive assistance from a health caregiver or professional at your home for a period of time similar to that of the hospital stay.


Includes assistance in: Sanatoriums & Hospitals Post hospitalization Home
It is added to the previous modalities. You can count on the professional care of a health companion directly in your place of residence. There is no need to have been hospitalized previously. It is recommended for patients suffering from a recent or transient (non-chronic) pathology.

coverage options can be 8, 12 or 24 hours a day.

Health Caregiver

The figure of the health companion exceeds that of the individual who provides care, historically known as “company person”. This is because it directs its actions towards comprehensive assistance that includes not only the personalized attention and support necessary to carry out the basic activities of daily life (hygiene, nutrition, medication, mobilization and comfort), but also professional assistance. to the hard work of socio-family rehabilitation.

The caregiver must know the symptoms to act and inform both the family and the treating doctor. It performs all the tasks inherent to the improvement of the quality of life.

FAQs About home care

When you choose ALWAYS home care, you’ll receive a plan of care designed to help the entire family achieve desired quality of life goals. The plan will be tailored to individual needs based on your feedback. Once a schedule is established, a CAREGIVER will arrive at a designated time each day or week to provide compassionate and personalized care.
Home care is a service provided by ALWAYS that sends a professional caregiver to a nursing home or community care home to help them perform activities of daily living, such as bathing, walking, medication, and exercise. Provides individualized care plans with personalized attention. It helps people maintain their independence and dignity as they age, as well as recover from health injuries. It offers the vital companionship needed to prevent loneliness and isolation.
A professional caregiver can help seniors, teens, children, and adults or people with chronic illnesses complete all kinds of routine activities, such as bathing, dressing, and doing household chores to make daily life easier and safer. Caregivers help all members of the family by providing care that puts everyone at ease and alleviates the feeling that caregiving is “a burden.” An ALWAYS┬« caregiver will also enjoy socializing, participating in activities such as puzzles or crafts, and listening to music.
Anyone who needs help staying healthy and safe at home can benefit from home care. If living with a chronic health condition makes it difficult to complete tasks like walking, buttoning a shirt, or bathing, then home care can be very helpful in maintaining independence and enjoying an active lifestyle.
Your parents or other loved ones may benefit from home care if they show any of these signs:
  • Decreased personal hygiene
  • Sadness due to loneliness
  • Loss of interest in cooking
  • Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia
  • Forgets to pay the bills
  • Forgets to take medication
  • Needs help getting up and down from chairs or sofas
  • Falls frequently
  • Has limited mobility
  • Impaired driving skills
  • You have a chronic disease such as arthritis that makes tasks such as opening jars or buttoning a shirt difficult.