Care Coordination

Did you know that to simply get a ride to the doctor or have someone deliver groceries can cost as much as $45 from a home care agency?

Our Care Coordination program provides comprehensive in-home solutions to address the growing health and social challenges that older adults and their families are facing. The program offers help with the basic necessities of life through personal attention, meaningful engagement and coordinated programs and services.
A Care Coordinator will help connect a variety of services using caring staff, dedicated volunteers and our network of trusted providers.

Care Coordination Services

Care Coordination services are provided by dedicated volunteers. Each volunteer is vetted through a comprehensive process including an interview, training and orientation, Live Scan and DMV background checks and reference checks. Volunteers provide a variety of high-quality services including:

  • Grocery Shopping
  • Friendly Visiting
  • Check-In Calls
  • Escorted Transportation
  • Trusted Referrals
  • Minor Home Repairs
  • Home Safety Inspections
  • Mail Sorting and Organization
  • Gardening
  • Pet Care
  • Plus Much More!

What is Care Coordination?

Every member receiving Care Coordination services will have access to a Care Coordinator, a degreed social worker who is available to help you or your loved ones navigate care options. Care coordination services include:

  • Care Transitions
  • Advocacy
  • Family Caregiver Support
  • Health Literacy
  • Care Planning and Assessment
  • Respite

With this support, older adults remain independent and in their homes longer. Care Coordination lightens the load for caregivers and decreases the likelihood of older adults falling victim to scams and elder abuse.

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