In-Home Care Managers and the Role They Play
In-Home Care services can help older and elderly adults and their families and family caregivers navigate many situations.
- Manage a healthcare crisis.
- Adjust to changes as we age.
- Recovery from surgery and adjust to resulting changes in daily activities.
- Providing additional support and resources to family caregivers on an as needed or longer-term basis.
- Clients can take advantage of all of our In-Home care services or a few depending on your needs.
Care Managers play a vital role in establishing a client’s needs, coordinating all interested parties and setting up a care plan for in-home care for your elderly loved ones. Care Managers are trained professionals who look at the whole person when making an assessment.
A Care Manager looks at a client’s needs, capabilities and resources to develop a care plan to help clients navigate the challenges of aging successfully.
In-Home care services are tailored to each clients needs.
Care Managers and Planning In-Home Care
Care Managers follow a plan to identify key needs and gaps within daily life activities, healthcare needs and support the needs of families and family care givers.
Care Managers look at 8 areas of life needs and identify any needs and gaps.
In-Home Care Managers will make recommendations to address any gaps in healthcare needs, and in home care needs.
A care Manager will be an advocate for clients and ensure needs are being met with all parties involved. Medical providers, Services providers and family members all play a part with In-Home Care for elderly clients.
Plan of Care
A Care Plan is developed which includes any care needs for specific diagnoses, specific care needs. A Care Manager also acts as a guide for ongoing care delivery.
Care being received is reviewed and monitored by both medical and non-medical providers.
Placement & Service Delivery
Recommendations are provided identifying the appropriate housing or care providers.
Members of the ALCA
We are proud Member of ALCA, (Aging Life Care Association), it is the only association in the nation of Care Managers that provides accreditation of that their members meet the professional and ethical standards of the profession. Also, Alliance Senior Care professionals are also certified by NAACM (National Academy of Certified Care Managers).
To get started with In-Home Care can help improve your loved ones’ quality of life, call Alliance Senior Care at 248-274-2170. It’s not just In-Home Care, it is Integrated Care.
Home Care Services are an excellent resource for family caregivers and seniors alike.
Alliance Senior Care Home Care services offer a wide range of services providing healthcare, daily living assistance, transportation to and from Doctor’s appointments and tailored care services for additional circumstances.