Wellness Check-In Service

 

Providing you ongoing peace of mind that your loved one is living well and receiving the best care possible

We Can Be There When You Can't

You want to provide the very best care and lifestyle for your loved one, but it's not always possible to be there yourself.  Phone checks can still leave a lot of questions regarding health, care and living conditions. Access Care Management's Check-In Service provides an affordable solution to ensure your loved one is receiving the care and comfort they deserve.     

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Why Check-In?

Care Needs

Care and health needs are continually changing and the care plan needs to evolve as well.  Failing to respond promptly to a change in condition can have serious consequences on health and lifestyle.  We can help ensure the level of care is appropriate to your loved one's care needs.     

Abuse Prevention

Elder abuse is an epidemic and comes in many forms. Only 1 in 14 cases of abuse are ever actually reported.  Your caregiver is in a unique position of access and trust. Our staff are trained and have extensive experience identifying the "red flags" of abuse and neglect. Don't leave your love one's safety to chance!  

Quality Assurance

Is the care plan being followed?  Are medications being administered correctly?  Is the house clean?  Does the caregiver show for work on time?  We can answer these questions and more.  Our Check-In Evaluation ensures that your loved one is receiving the quality of care you expect.

Socialization

Sometimes all it takes is an occasional friendly visitor to make all the difference in someone's day.  Particularly if they're home-bound or have limited mobility. Regular socialization can have a marked positive impact on mood, mental well being and physical health. It's also been shown to decrease risk of dementia.