Care Management

Why Consider a Care Manager?

Few of us are prepared when the need for care arises, and even fewer have a clear understanding of what their care options are to make a confident decision regarding providers. You want to make the right choice for you or your loved one. A Care Manager can help make this process less stressful and more efficient in many ways.   

Industry Knowledge

Conducting a thorough care assessment, navigating various care options, and determining a good fit can be a complex and time-consuming task. Care Managers are trained professionals with insight and networks of trusted senior care professionals in your area, saving time and helping you make a more knowledgeable decision on care arrangements.       

Savings

Trial and error in the care planning process can have disastrous results, often leading to unsuccessful care arrangements or even a serious decline in condition.  Experienced care managers save time, money and frustration by developing a truly individualized care plan and arranging for the right care fit.    

Experience

Our Care Managers have years of senior care experience and training to draw from when approaching each case. Care management can be a rollercoaster of ups and downs, often requiring immediate response.  Whether it's a simple matter of daily-living care needs or more complex cases involving behavior issues or advanced dementia, our care managers have been there!  

Ongoing Support

Care management can often be a constant of ups and downs, requiring accessibility and advocacy.  Care managers can provide routine check-ins with your loved one and respond to any "red flags" indicating a change in condition.  Prompt response can often make all the difference.  You can't always be there, but we can!  

Objectivity

It's not easy making care decisions for a loved one and the process is very emotional.  Sometimes even family dynamics can be a challenge. Competent care managers are a resource who will approach your case with objectivity and empathy, providing a neutral perspective and facilitating decisive action when critical choices need to be made. 

Your Health

Juggling care arrangements, along with managing your own life, can be stressful. Often people find themselves neglecting their own family, career, and even health when juggling a care plan.  A Care Manager takes this responsibility so you can focus on what's important, spending time with loved ones!