Primary services include:
•Care Management - Complete care management and assurance based on a care plan we create with you. We then work with your care providers to assure all necessary services are provided to maintain the best possible quality of life for your loved ones.
•Transition Care Management - Care management is especially critical during transitions, whether from the home to a community, from one community to another, or even from a community to the home. We help to ensure a smooth transition without interruption of essential services from your providers.
•Placement Services - Whether your loved one is in the home or currently living in a community, if you’re in need of finding a community that best meets your needs and circumstances, we can help. Usually this service is provided at no cost to you.
•Advanced Directives - We can assist with writing, helping you write, or review advanced directives to detail your medical wishes in the event that you cannot advocate for yourself. The advanced directive addresses medical decisions such as the use of life support systems, CPR, surgery, organ donation, blood transfusion, and medications. You can specify and name a health care agent to make decisions for you and, if desired, indicate your preference for housing arrangements, and even direct whether or not you want an autopsy.While the written advanced directive typically follows a standard format, commonly issued by the California Medical Association, it’s important to augment this with additional instructions in your own words to more accurately guide health care professionals. This can be done with either written instructions or video. Family Connect Care can help you create either.
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If you help familes plan for or deal with elder care matters, then you owe it to yourself and to families across America to become a professional member of the National ElderCare Matters Alliance and to be listed on the many Elder Care / Senior Care Directories that are sponsored by this National Alliance of Elder Care Professionals.
For additional information about professional membership in the National ElderCare Matters Alliance, (including the many benefits of becoming one of our ElderCare Matters Partners) and to download an Application for your Basic, Premium or Partner Membership in the National ElderCare Matters Alliance, visit: ElderCare Matters Alliance.