Caring for someone is demanding, and ensuring your loved one has all of the services they need and deserve takes special expertise, in-depth knowledge, and time.
When scheduling conflicts or distance prevent you from taking on this role, care management services may be the solution. Our professional care managers are experienced registered nurses with the qualifications to ensure your loved one receives the attention, care, and benefits they’re entitled to.
Care management from Partners in Care provides relief for caregivers’ burdens and offers peace of mind by ensuring your loved one can maintain the best quality of life and can live safely and comfortably at home as long as possible.
As the name suggests, a care manager steps in to oversee every aspect of your loved one’s care. No detail is too small—care managers can supervise a home care team, work with home contractors on home safety modifications, accompany your loved one to doctor appointments, and coordinate financial and legal matters. A care manager is a trusted advisor, and when families might disagree on the appropriate care for a parent or loved one, a care manager can act as an impartial mediator.
Care management begins with a personal evaluation from a nurse, which will:
Through on-going visits, care management can:
Researching the right services and coordinating care providers can be a full-time job—especially for family caregivers who may not know where to turn for help. A care manager can identify the appropriate resources and entitlements you or your loved one may qualify for. Your care manager can act as a liaison with elder law attorneys and financial advisors, and can arrange for services from providers and contractors, such as: