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"We understand the overwhelming feeling of caring for a loved one with memory loss. Caregivers may feel they are all alone and not sure who to turn to for help or simply ask questions."

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between the terms "Care Partner" and "Caregiver?"

Care partner and caregiver are terms sometimes used interchangeably, but the meanings are different. In the beginning of the diagnosis of memory loss a person may be involved with their own care and be able to make decisions with their spouse (care partner) or family member. The term care partner is commonly used in the initial stages of Alzheimer's disease. As the disease progresses the person living with memory loss may no longer be able to decisions. The term caregiver means the designated individual or spouse, or family member is providing all the care to the person living with memory loss.

How are referrals made?

We take referrals from individuals, caregivers, elder law attorneys and doctor's offices.

Do you provide medical service?

No. Our role is to coordinate facilitate and advocate for clients. Our team collaborates care with the client's personal physician or healthcare provider. All clients sign a consent allowing us to attend doctors' appointments and have access to medical records needed to coordinate care. We do not prescribe medications or provide direct care (hands on care).

Do you attend medical appointments with clients?

Yes, with a written consent. We do not provide transportation, but we can arrange transportation for doctors' visits.

Do you make visits to hospitals, rehabilitation centers or other facilities?

Yes, we make visits wherever the client calls home.

Do you provide home health care or hospice?

No. We coordinate with health agencies such as home health needed by the client.

What is the cost?

The cost varies based on the services agreed upon by the client and/or caregiver and the frequency of visits. We currently accept only private pay clients.

We do not accept commissions from facilities such as memory care facilities or other skilled nursing facilities. We represent our clients and their caregivers.

"Having a care manager as part of your health care team can reduce the stress and burden of caregiving, reduce health care cost and provide a support system."

Care Management specializing in memory loss

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