Care coordination can be very complex and confusing, not to mention stressful and overwhelming for those experiencing it for the first time. It is important for clients to work with a knowledgeable and experienced professional who understands state laws, industry regulations, policies and protocols.
Care assessments to identify problems and provide solutions
Care coordination while conserving financial resources
Partnerships with only the BEST Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing facilities in the market
Personalized escorted tours
Advocacy and ongoing support
Education and counseling
Help plan for the possibility of incapacity or disability
Coordinate and oversee the transition to a facility
Work in collaboration with elder law attorneys, physicians, financial planners, home healthcare agencies, and other service providers to ensure that the right professional is helping at the right time.
How do you know if you need a Care Advocate?
- If you are having difficulty placing your loved one because of challenging behaviors including psychiatric issues/Baker Act
- If you need your loved one moved across the state or across the country to a qualified facility
- If you need alternatives to nursing home placement
- If your loved one is facing eviction from assisted living
- If you need to prevent early discharge from hospitals
- If you are having difficulty placing your loved one because of limited financial resources
If you are faced with any of these scenarios, you NEED a Care Advocate!
Catherine is more than a care manager; more than an advocate; and more than a placement specialist.
Catherine specializes in complex cases and handles crisis management in many different areas.