A care coordinator will assess the person’s needs, determine eligibility for various programs,
develop a plan of care, and arrange for services.
Long Term Care
Helps senior citizens, who might otherwise need nursing home care, to remain in their own homes by providing in-home and community-based services.
Aimed at assisting seniors to maintain their independence and providing cost effective alternatives to nursing home placement.
Provides assistance with household tasks such as cleaning, planning and preparing meals, doing laundry, shopping and running errands.
Our seniors deserve to choose where they live.
What is Case Coordination?
Care Coordination Services provided by “care coordinators” help older adults and caregivers determine what their specific needs are and what services are available to meet those needs. The care coordinator can discuss community-based services that are funded by the state and federal government and those that an individual can purchase with his or her own resources.
How does it work?
Through Care Coordination Services, older adults in need of long-term care will first meet with a care coordinator to discuss what kinds of daily activities they can do on their own, as well as those that require help. The care coordinator can then proceed to identify services that could help participants to continue living in their own home or community. For instance, older adults recovering from a stroke may need home delivered meals or transportation service – or they may need a Homecare Aide to help with medications, preparing meals and household chores. The care coordinator can help arrange these services in a “package” so that older adults can continue to live as independently as possible.
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