Having help coordinating your care can be an enormous relief when you face recovery from illness, chronic health issues, or are finding living at home more difficult than it used to be. 

A Geriatric Care Coordinator holds a specialty in gerontology, social work, or nursing and is an expert source to turn to for consultation, assessing your needs, and help selecting available resources. 

Using a care coordinator's expertise and knowledge of services can save a family countless hours of research and calling
Geriatric Care Coordination Services
Geriatric care coordinators provide a variety of valuable, professional services, including:

  • Full assessment of a client's needs and wants
  • Individualized plans to meet those needs
  • Coordination of medical care and accompaniment to medical appointments
  • Evaluation of the home to ensure it is well-maintained and safe
  • Arrangement of services such as home care, housekeeping, transportation, and meals
  • Management of complicated medication regimes
  • Crisis support and counseling 
  • Long-term care planning
  • Assist in selecting a residential facility, and help with the move and adjustment
  • Family consultation, education, and referral
  • A caring professional serving as eyes and ears for long-distance loved ones
Care coordination is paid for privately or through long-term care insurance.
The client pays the Geriatric Care Coordinator based on an hourly fee.

Please contact us to discuss cost.