"There's No Place Like Home"
Of all working adults, approximately 25% are responsible for the care of an elderly parent or family member. Many of these are living with their adult children. This can be very stressful on a family and many times it is just impossible to make happen. Many individuals do not have family to care for them, in that case we step in and offer care and a friend.
Seasons of Life Home Care is here to provide services for people who wish to stay at home but need ongoing care when family members and friends can not always be there, or just need a little extra help. We would love to help you or a family member live an independent life safely in the comforts of your own home.
Here are just a few examples of what Seasons of Life Home Care can do for you:
Home Helper Services
*Personal Care Services
*Personal Care Management
Personal Care Management is a program offered by Seasons of Life Home Care, which is designed to meet the special health care needs of senior adults. A care manager, acting as a personal representative, works closely with families, doctors and other agencies to plan for care and advocate for programs and services to enable the older or disabled individuals to continue their independent lifestyle in their own homes. Care Management is especially helpful for those whose children and other family members live too far away or have time constraints preventing assistance with daily living.
A Personal Care Manager can help bridge the gap between senior and distant family members through consistent communication. Your Care Manager can provide peace of mind by assisting with the coordination of medical and home management, financial affairs, social and community services, and other daily needs.
The Care Manager will complete a comprehensive assessment for each client to determine the individual’s personal needs. Physicians, family members and other advisors may be involved in identifying the clients needs. An individual care management plan will be developed and implemented with the cooperation of the client and family.
A Personal Care Manager also assist physicians, legal representatives and financial advisors by keeping clients and family members informed and by ensuring proper understanding and follow-up on medical, legal and financial recommendations.
-Coordination of activities for daily living and in-home medical care.
-Organization of transportation, homemaker services and other outside contractors;
-Adaption of the home environment to meet the needs of the elderly or disabled clients, and recommendation of adaptive equipment, if needed;
-Work with banks, insurance companies, pay bills, etc. to ensure accurate timely management of personal financial affairs.