A Secret Powerful Team Member To Keep Your Aging Parent In Their Home.

Understand how care managers play a crucial role in managing and overseeing the health needs of aging individuals, facilitating better care and proactive prevention measures.

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Care managers, or professionals known by varied names depending on your local city, play a crucial role. Usually, they’re licensed registered nurses, social workers, or speech therapists managing the healthcare needs of a client and their family. Their tasks may include taking clients to doctor appointments, taking notes, and translating everything to ensure nothing gets missed. It’s possible they may also bring in caregivers or rehab professionals. Essentially, they’re the conductors of the healthcare system for individuals, and they are very powerful resources.

In particular, if you’re in a situation where you have an aging parent or loved one and you need additional help taking care of them, they can be indispensable. This is especially the case if the person is located remotely. You might have a senior in one city, but the next person who takes care of them is in a completely different city. Due to this lack of proximity, it’s more challenging to look after the elderly, especially when their health begins to deteriorate, and they start experiencing falls or hospital visits, or their memory isn’t what it used to be.

For instance, you may find that after they visit the doctor and you ask them, ‘What did the doctor say?’ their memory issues limit the accuracy of their response. But if you have a healthcare professional acting as the conductor of an individual’s healthcare, you can ensure you don’t miss out on valuable information from doctors and specialists. This ensures that any medical need can be identified in advance, and proactive measures can be taken, potentially preventing hospital visits or admissions to nursing homes. The healthcare professional in this role, whether they’re a social worker or a registered nurse, can oversee medications and various other things.

These are powerful resources that can be a massive tool if your goal is to stay in your home and avoid going to a nursing home.


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