Our case management is a holistic, client-centered approach to caring for older adults or others facing ongoing health challenges. Working with families, the expertise of Case Professionals provides the answers at a time of uncertainty. Their guidance leads families to the actions and decisions that ensure quality care and an optimal life for those they love, thus reducing worry, stress and time off of work for family caregivers .
Healthy at Home Caregivers service team provide the opportunity to our patients to have a chance to experience life to the fullest and have the comfort within mind, body and soul. Our case managers are specialized and possess prior training in numerous health service areas including nursing, social work and gerontology who are capable of suggesting options to suit your needs. They are educated about the costs, quality and services available to you .
- Identifying needs, problems and conducting personalized care-planning assessments.
- Services including screening, arranging and monitoring homely care.
- Directing clients in moving the patients to or from a personal home or an assistant living facility.
- Analyzing legal, financial or medical issues and negotiating a cost which is able to maximize insurance plans while minimizing the use of private finances.
- Communicating as a liaison with the families, healthcare providers, vendors, doctors, facilities, and community resources.
- Alerting families with problems that arise.
- Offering referrals to professionals in order to avoid future problems as well as to conserve assets.
- Accommodate crisis intervention.
- Providing patient and family with advise and advocacy.
- Offering counseling services and support needed.
Who can benefit from case management?
- Physical Disabilities.
- Developmental Disabilities, (e.g. Intellectual Disabilities, Down’s Syndrome, Autism, or Asperger’s Syndrome).
- Brain Injury.
- Mental Health Problems.
- Chronic or Serious Illnesses of any type.
- challenges of long distance care giving.
You may need a Case Manager if:
- The person you are caring for has limited or no family support.
- Your family has just become involved with helping the individual and needs direction about available services.
- The person you are caring for has multiple medical or psychological issues.
- The person you are caring for is unable to live safely in his/her current environment.
- Your family is either “burned out” or confused about care solutions.
- Your family has a limited time and/or expertise in dealing with your loved ones’ chronic care needs.
- Your family is at odds regarding care decisions.
- The person you are caring for is not pleased with current care providers and requires advocacy.
- The person you are caring for is confused about his/her own financial and/or legal situation.
- Your family needs education and/or direction in dealing with behaviors associated with dementia.
All clients receive a free initial in-home care assessment by a Registered Nurse. During the free in-home assessment one of our Registered Nurses will identify the needs of your loved one, offer suggestions, and create a customized realistic plan of care.