Concerned about a family member? Want the best for someone dependent? Concerned about your aging parents at home alone?
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.
|Stress:||As the primary family caregiver, you are stressed and your relationships or obligations may be suffering.|
|Memory:||You notice changes in behavior, memory loss, dementia or possibly, Alzheimer’s disease affecting the elder’s life.|
|Neglect:||The elder is not paying bills or keeping up with personal or household care.|
|Driving:||You are concerned about your family member’s ability to drive or are uncomfortable riding with them.|
|Grief:||The elder is not recovering from grief over the loss of a loved one.|
|Legal:||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.|
|Housing:||You are unsure about the choices or best living situation for your loved one.|
|Distance:||Your ability to assess the situation is hampered by geographical distance – you are caring from a distance.|
|Changes:||Recent visits have shown changes that alarm or concern you.|
|Resources:||There may be entitlements or resources that are being missed.|
|Family Conflict:||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.