Our Approach

photo2.jpgProblems Faced by Those We Serve

Cognitive impairments, memory deficits, and confusion associated with varying types of dementia, head trauma, stroke victims, or other disease processes can negatively impact quality of life for these individuals and their care providers. This may be evidenced by some of the following:
  • Self neglect or isolating behaviors.
  • Irrational behaviors or dramatic mood swings; anxiety, agitation, mania or depression.
  • Inability to maintain personal hygiene; bathing, grooming, dental, appearance.
  • Inability to maintain sanitary living conditions
  • Poor dietary habits, poor diabetes management, malnutrition, extreme obesity.
  • Unsafe medication storage, misuse of medications, neglecting to take prescribed (necessary) medications, overdosing.
  • Poor decision making; recklessly driving, environmental hazards, prone to victimization and/or abuse, neglecting or making poor medical decisions.
  • Financial issues: neglecting to pay bills, taxes, mortgages, unnecessary purchases, mishandling checks/credit cards, (hiding large amounts of cash).

Our Solution

Private care management or professional guardianship appointment allows us to manage, assess, coordinate treatment, and maintain an individual's independence and abilities in the most appropriate environment. Examples of this may include:
  • Comprehensive physical, psychological and emotional assessments to determine individual needs.
  • Recommending appropriate care providers, care communities, or healthcare services.
  • Recommend and maintain appropriate living environments, supporting and ensure the client's needs are being met.
  • Regular visits to monitor clients for declining physical and/or mental health concerns, and appropriately coordinating treatment of such concerns.
  • Provide direction and oversight of personal caregivers and/companions to ensure that hygiene and dietary needs and overall well-being is being achieved.
  • Coordinate safe medication practices, including administration, storage, obtaining refills, and assessing for adverse outcomes.
  • Recommend and/or make appropriate medical decisions.
  • Recommend and coordinate financial management needs to a qualified appropriate court appointed conservator or trust officer.