Helping Seniors at Home
Case Coordination and Support are key elements in preventing institutionalization by providing counseling for, access to, coordination and follow-up of services for persons who have multiple needs. Seniors or their families seeking information regarding services are referred to the Case Coordination workers who will assess the individual needs, develop and monitor a service plan and identify and communicate with appropriate community agencies to arrange for services.
The goal of the Case Coordination department is to assist seniors with obtaining the services needed to allow independent living in their own homes while maintaining some quality of life. Some of these services included: homemaking, personal care, respite care and linking the client to other resources in the area.
- Coordinating Services with other Agencies
- Personal Care/Bathing
- Respite Care
- Homemaking Services
- MMAP (Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program)
- PATH Support Group
- Homebound Picnics
- Caregiver Support Group
- Diabetic Self Management Classes
- Matter of Balance Classes
- CareTrac and Healthcom (lifeline) Service
- 60 years of age or older
- Physical/Medical Limitations