Evaluation / Plan of Care

Caring for a loved one can be a formidable challenge to even the most patient and resourceful caregiver. Great distances often stand in the way. Some family members are forced to be more responsible for care than others. A loved one in declining health may be more than an aging spouse or companion can handle. Adult children feel obligated to be there for Mom or Dad, all the while putting a significant strain on their own lives, relationships and employment. In a short time, providing the necessary supervision and care becomes a full-time occupation in itself.

A Better Way

At Serving Seniors, we specialize in providing more efficient and cost-effective ways to care for your loved one. Like a trusted attorney, accountant or counselor, our licensed nurses, social workers and Professional Geriatric Care Managers assist you in identifying the unique needs of your situation; researching, arranging resources, and managing care to ensure that your loved one is cared for with the same level of care and compassion you would strive to provide yourself.

Assessing Your Loved One’s Needs

Our services begin with an initial evaluation of your loved one’s needs in the privacy of their own home, hospital or current living setting. During this time, one of our Professional Geriatric Care Members will meet with your loved one and family members to discuss important topics like maintaining their independence, health care, and living arrangements.

Developing a Plan of Care

Following our initial assessment, we’ll develop a comprehensive Plan of Care with our research, recommendations and proposal for ongoing Care Management. We’ll solve the challenges of caring for your loved one, ease your burden, and assure your peace of mind.

We invite you to explore our services and take advantage of our free resources. When you’re ready to learn more, please call us at (248) 375-9125 or contact us by e-mail.