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Geriatric Care Management


Comprehensive assessments and care plans for seniors

Professional care management is the process of planning and coordinating the care of the elderly and/or disabled to improve their quality of life and to maintain their independence for as long as possible. Health care and psychological care are integrated with the best possible combination of services such as: housing, home care services, socialization programs, financial and legal planning, and other support services.

National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Manager

Professional Geriatric Care Managers are degreed, licensed and certified specialists who assist seniors and/or disabled individuals and their families in meeting their long term care needs. A care plan tailored for each individual's circumstances is prepared after a comprehensive assessment. The care plan is modified, when necessary, based on the professional  care manager's monitoring of the effectiveness of the components of the care plan.

We have been providing Geriatric care in Vancouver, WA since 1999 helping family protect the health, safety and well-being of your aging senior. If you are overwhelmed by questions without answers, it may be time to contact a professional geriatric care manager.

 Professional Care Management services can be used in a variety of situations:

  • To consider the special circumstances, complete history, preferences, finances, medical condition, and the current needs of a client in order to create a unique and effective Life Care Plan

  • To provide oversight for the care provided by private caregivers or in residential settings, and to assure safe and effective care is being delivered which meets the clients needs.

  • To investigate events and/or circumstances that may compromise the quality of life

  • To arrange for special services that will meet unique needs of a client

Professional  Care Management Services are used by:

  • Families

  • Banks

  • Physicians, hospitals, and skilled facilities

  • Attorneys, guardians and conservators

  • Social service agencies

  • Senior housing communities

  • Others involved in a seniors life

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