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Professional ​Services

Do you have patients, clients or customers that are overwhelmed and stressed trying to find and get all of the care and resources set up for an elderly loved one...all while trying to juggle their work schedule AND personal needs? 


We ensure they get the services, resources and care they need​. We find the companies, fill out and deliver/fax/email the forms and applications.  


We get it all set up and coordinate it for your families.  We ease their stress, ensure the delivery of timely, professional services...and reduce re-admissions.​

 

We Do The Leg-Work For Them. 

  • We dig, research and find the right people, the best companies, caregivers, programs and resources
  • We act as a liaison between your employees and service providers
  • We make calls
  • We send emails
  • We fill out forms and apply for programs
  • We fax and deliver applications
  • We get all the services and resources lined up and rolling for them
  • We make life easier, removing their stress and overwhelm


​​We Can Help Them With:

  • Home Care
  • Home Health
  • Wound Care
  • Hospice
  • Transportation
  • Living Aides and Medical Equipment
  • Supplies
  • Legal/Estate Planning
  • Financial
  • Specialists
  • Activity Centers and Adult Day Care
  • Lifeline and Alerts
  • Living and Retirement Communities/Facilities
  • VA Benefits
  • Medicaid Application
  • Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Support Groups: 
  • Disease, grief/bereavement, etc.​
  • And Much, Much More...


We Can Also Oversee And Manage ​Their Loved One's Ongoing Daily Duties, Personal And Living Needs - For You.

  • Advocate to make sure they really understand what their options and choices are
  • Pay bills, set up services, equipment, home repairs, etc.
  • Liaison for families/guardians and act as on-site eyes and ears
  • Report conditions and well-being to family, guardians, financial advisors, health care professionals and others
  • Extra pair of hands to get services and repairs set up, fill out forms, make calls
  • Regular feedback on their loved one: Are they taking their medications, are they eating right, how is the house...
  • Help them stay informed and up to date on their loved one's condition and what they need
  • An extra set of eyes to make sure things are going well
  • Pop in visits and check on things while they’re out, at work, traveling, etc.
  • Personalized, one-on-one transportation and assistance to appointments, doctors’ visits, therapy, etc.
  • Ensure they understand AND are following doctor’s orders or discharge plans after leaving hospital, rehab or facility… reducing the risk of readmission​
  • ​Reduce the risk of elder-abuse, scams, etc.​