ELDER CARE MANAGEMENT 

We provide a holistic, client-centered approach for you &  your loved ones. 

HOW EGIS CARE MANAGEMENT WORKS

 

An EGIS care manager will meet with you for an initial confidential in depth assessment of individual and family needs. Based on this meeting your care manager will develop a plan of care that includes your needs and wishes. Your care manager will always be available to discuss changing needs over time.

 

An initial consultation with a Care Manager can provide your family with the confidence that you are heading in the right direction and making the best decisions for a loved one. This can be a great benefit to family members who live apart from their loved ones. We will quickly understand your needs, wants, and possible risk factors. 

EGIS Eldercare Management

Assist with filling out/filing long term care insurance claims

• Help with residential living options (ie skilled nursing homes)

• Provide in home design consultation/solutions to improve safety and accessibility

• Arrange post hospital care or rehab care

• Create an emergency management plan (if needed)

• Offer key decision-making support for you, your family and caregivers

• Advocate/communicate for the client

• Facilitate guardianship/conservatorship

• Serve as medical power of attorney

• Coordinate financial power of attorney

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Living far away from my parents, it's a relief to have EGIS managing things for me.
It gives me great peace of mind.

-Son of EGIS Client

The role of an EGIS Care Manager is to assess, plan coordinate, advocate and provide information and referrals to you and your family.

 

Care management responsibilities include:

  • Navigate healthcare systems

  • Support family decisions

  • Evaluate housing options

  • Advocate for the senior

  • Manage resources wisely

  • Reduce avoidable risk

THE ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES
OF AN EGIS CARE MANAGER

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SOME VALUABLE CARE MANAGEMENT SERVICES

EGIS CAN PROVIDE 

  • Monitoring and advocating for medical needs

  • Evaluating housing needs and alternatives

  • Providing peace of mind by being on call

  • Coordinating and monitoring service providers

  • Information and resource referral

  • Providing counseling and emotional support

  • Crisis intervention

  • Enhancing social and quality of life activities

  • Making and recommending home safety changes

  • Implementing memory care and support

  • Coordinating government assistance, insurance, or other benefits

  • Manage and coordinate a caregiver or team of caregivers

  • Provide end of life and hospice support

  • Represent client as their Healthcare Power of Attorney

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