Our Professional Care Managers will provide you with the coaching, advocacy and answers you need.
Not Sure if you Need a Care Manager…..
Whether or not you have concerns, we recommend you take a few moments to review the table below.
|As the primary family caregiver, you are stressed and your relationships or obligations may be suffering.
|You notice changes in behavior, memory loss, dementia or possibly, Alzheimer’s disease affecting the elder’s life.
|The elder is not paying bills or keeping up with personal or household care.
|You are concerned about your family member’s ability to drive or are uncomfortable riding with them.
|The elder is not recovering from grief over the loss of a loved one.
|You are not sure whether the family member has the necessary legal documents or they are unwilling to tell you about resources or legal documents.
|You are unsure about the choices or best living situation for your loved one.
|Your ability to assess the situation is hampered by geographical distance – you are caring from a distance.
|Recent visits have shown changes that alarm or concern you.
|There may be entitlements or resources that are being missed.
|Your family is in conflict over the best options for Mom or Dad.
|Resistance to help:
|You have hired help for your loved one which he or she refuses.
|Chronic needs of a non-elder:
|You are responsible for a family member who is developmentally disabled (DD), suffers from chronic mental illness or is served by a Special Needs Trust.
To get immediate assistance with your unique situation, call 866-760-1808 or Email Us for a Complimentary Professional Assessment.