Circumstances can feel overwhelming but we are problem solvers. Care Management can help older adults and their families solve difficult aging issues through discussions, assessment, and care coordination. A Care Manager acts as a "quarterback" for clients by orchestrating their knowledge, local services and compassionate care.
“Our company trusts and appreciates the work of Debbie and Heidi tremendously. Whenever our clients need a hand in their transition of life, we feel confident in referring them to Caring Considerations, LLC. They truly treat each individual like a family member and go above and beyond in helping them make the best decisions at a somewhat stressful time.” ...Cohen & Burnett
Care Management includes...
- Assessments, Cognitive testing, Care Plans, On-going monitoring of conditions
- Accompanying loved-ones to doctor appointments, providing advocacy
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- Coordination of home care
- Advising families about local medical, legal, social, financial, household, spiritual, cognitive services
- Managing all services an older adult may need and receive especially those with limited family support
- Offering guidance on housing options such as retirement communities, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing and rehabilitation
- Supporting older adults on a short-term, long-term or an as-needed basis when family cannotCaring Considerations provides licensed, Registered Nurse (RN) care management. Our Care Managers do not directly provide personal home care, but rather help find and manage appropriate home care company services and their associated Certified Nurse's Aides.