As a Professional Geriatric Care Manager, our goal at Serving Seniors is to preserve the very best quality of life for your loved one while assuring your peace of mind. Caring for an aging family member can often be an unfamiliar, stressful and overwhelming experience for both the caregiver and your loved one alike. We specialize in relieving some of the responsibilities and stress that you may be facing, providing the highest level of care for your loved one, and guiding you to the right solutions for your loved one’s short and long-term needs.
A Trusted Advisor and Guide
We can help you navigate through the maze of available resources for your loved one, select the care providers that are right for their needs, and provide supervision and follow-up to ensure that your family member is receiving the very best care at all times.
Better and More Efficient Care for Your Loved One
As much as you’d like to be there for your loved one all the time, the challenges of distance and the demands of everyday life often get in the way. We can be there when you can’t, arranging and overseeing services, supervising medical care, and ensuring that all services are being performed to your expectations. Our licensed nurse and social worker Care Managers are specialists in geriatric and mental health, possessing the care and compassion to expertly look after both the physical and emotional well-being of your loved one.
Advocates for the Care Recipient and Family
Serving Seniors is a tireless advocate for the care of your loved one. From collaborating with physicians and other health care professionals, to consulting with care providers and overseeing the care provided by housing facilities, we ensure that your loved one’s best interests are always in mind, and keep your family informed and involved in their care at all times.
Our Services Include:
- Managing care for the senior with out-of-town family.
- Supporting the local caregiver(s) in making difficult decisions.
- Conducting ongoing assessment, monitoring care, and implementing needed changes.
- Assisting with the setup and monitoring of medications.
- Advising the family of significant health changes and making informed recommendations.
- Coordinating medical care and escorting to medical appointments, tests and surgeries.
- Encouraging the senior in the promotion of health and prevention of illness or accidents.
- Collaborating with physicans, health care professionals and other care providers.
- Advocating for the senior with service providers, nursing home, assisted living or hospital.
- Educating and supporting the family caregiver or guardian.