Research, planning, and facilitated client evaluation and selection of a sustainable care plan that sensitively considers the entire family’s needs, personal preferences, and constraints
Clear identification of a range of healthcare, legal, and financial issues or risks that may impact the involved individuals and/or entities such as family trusts
Direct and sensitive support to each family member in a way that reduces logistical burdens and diminishes potential relationship stressors
Referrals to and coordination with other professionals as needed, such as supplemental healthcare specialists, mental health care professionals (e.g. dementia specialists), financial advisors, attorneys, and in-home caregivers
DURING A HEALTH CONCERN
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AARP National, Family Caregiver Resource Guide (by State)
- National Council on Aging, Resources to manage your money, maintain your health, and improve your life.
- Social Security & Medicare Benefits Programs, FAQs and Information