What We Do
Case management integrates health care and psychological care with other needed services such as: housing, home care services, nutritional services, assistance with activities of daily living, socialization programs, as well as financial and legal planning (e.g. banking, trusts). A tailored care plan is prepared after the individual assessment and is continuously monitored and modified as needed.
Elder case managers
- Our case managers all have prior training in nursing, social work, gerontology or other health service areas. They have extensive knowledge about the costs, quality, and availability of services in our communities.
- Our professional care managers help individuals, families and other caregivers adjust and cope with the challenges of aging or disability by:
- Conducting care-planning assessments to identify needs, problems and eligibility for assistance;
- Screening, arranging, and monitoring in-home help and other services;
- Reviewing financial, legal, or medical issues;
- Offering referrals to specialists to avoid future problems and to conserve assets;
- Providing crisis intervention;
- Acting as a liaison to families at a distance;
- Making sure things are going well and alerting families of problems;
- Assisting with moving clients to or from a retirement complex, assisted living facility, rehabilitation facility or nursing home;
- Providing client and family education and advocacy;
- Offering counseling and support.
Our services are pay per service, based on annual pay scale and your chosen plan.