You serve as trusted advisors to your clients. They come to you in times of need. It may even be that you have worked with them for many years and know the family well.
You are an expert in your field. In times of stress and vulnerability, however, your clients may turn to you about worries that extend to areas outside your professional training.
Use these articles to support your clients and demonstrate your resourcefulness:
- Strained relations with siblings
- Overwhelm and confusion about changing roles
- Mom fell and broke her hip
- Should Dad still be driving?
- What to do about memory loss (is it Alzheimer’s?)
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Next time you have a client with an elder care problem, come to the e-library and search for the topic. We could well have an article that makes you a hero!
If you find yourself desiring a third party objective assessment, someone to help untangle difficult family dynamics, or you need a reliable provider of care for an elderly client, we’d love to work with you.
When to refer a client
Give us a call when you need:
- Expert evaluations and visitor reports required for court documentation.
- Recommendations for appropriate care options (e.g., in home, assisted living or skilled nursing facilities).
- Coordination of services from multiple providers.
- Knowledgeable advocacy with physicians, hospitals, facilities and insurers.
- On-going care management in collaboration with a legal guardian or conservator.
- Facilitation of family meetings and communication with long-distance relatives.
- Quick response to urgent situations.
Professional, objective, caring assessments can help you increase client satisfaction and untangle tense family situations. Let’s talk! 1-866-992-3264, toll-free.