Care Managers arrange for services from an assortment of State and Federal funding sources as well as private pay. Services are not limited to older adults and the elderly. We provide for individuals from birth toward the conclusion of life.
Our Care Managers coordinate services to allow an individual to remain at home for as long as possible. If a person can no longer remain in his or her home, the Care Manager will complete a PreAdmission Screening (PAS) assessment for nursing facility placement.
We also provide services for individuals with a wide range of disabilities including:
- Medically fragile children
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Developmental disabilities
- Kidney failure
- Alzheimer’s disease
Care Managers assist people in nursing homes get back into a home environment. They can also assist with hospital patients who area at risk of nursing facility placement. Care Managers can make referrals to our internal Guardianship program.
Some of the services Care Managers can arrange include:
- Nutrition/Home Delivered Meals
- Skilled Nursing
- Assistance with daily care
- Family Caregiver Support
- Emergency Call Systems
Aging and Community Service’s Care Managers provide ongoing support and monitoring. They make sure you or your loved one’s services are provided to meet your needs.
Care Managers can also provide:
- Educational information
- Community resource information