Turn to ComForcare for elder care management services so you don't have to worry about the administrative work that goes behind taking care of your loved one. These services can be especially helpful if you live far away from your loved one and need someone nearby to take care of the tasks that you can't.
Elder Care Management Services You Can Rely On
ComForCare provides the following elder care management
services to make your life easier:
In-Home Nurse Evaluation
A nurse or healthcare professional performs a comprehensive
in-home evaluation of your loved one's physical and emotional condition.
Based on the evaluation, the professional develops a
personalized care plan. The professional matches your loved one with a caregiver
who fits his or her personality, interests, and life experience to carry out
the care plan.
Care and Referral Coordination
Our staff keeps track of appointments, medications,
insurance forms, and any other administrative details. We communicate regularly
with you as well as with physicians, rehabilitation teams, insurance companies,
and legal advisors to ensure comprehensive care for your loved one.
We arrange transportation to appointments and attend these
appointments with your loved one. We also coordinate the purchase and delivery
of medical equipment.
Our accomplished staff refers you to the most accomplished
care providers for your loved one. If there are financial issues, we will
review your situation and refer you to geriatric specialists, such as elder law
attorneys and physicians.
Comprehensive Care Management Services
With all the services we provide, we always communicate
regularly and frequently with you. If you have concerns or questions about your
loved one's condition, our staff is available to address your needs. If you
live far away, you will benefit from updates on your loved one's progress,
including any problems or changes in their needs.
Focus on maintaining a positive relationship with your loved
one, and don't worry about the tedious care-taking details. Call ComForCare to talk
to an intake specialist.