Often a client’s crisis is the factor that brings a Care Manager into their lives. Addressing the issues that affect the client’s safety and wellbeing are the top priority. Part of Care Management advocacy includes the willingness to work through the barriers that often occur in obtaining governmental or insurance benefits. A Care Manager knows how to navigate the complicated bureaucracies on behalf of the client.
Multigenerational caregiving presents emotional and financial challenges, especially for the generation “caught in the middle.”
The entire family is impacted when a person sustains a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
According to the National Council on Aging, falls are common in older adults and are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries.
Healthcare disparity is a concern for everyone since it involves such a large percentage of the population and contributes to escalating healthcare costs.
Language shapes ideas, perceptions, and beliefs. “People first” language emphasizes the person, not the disability.
Telling someone about the death of a friend or a loved one is never easy and is even more challenging when the person to be notified has Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia.
Unfortunately, elder abuse and neglect are all too common problems for thousands of older American adults. Abuse can take place at home or in facilities and in different forms.