Often times when establishing a care program for your loved one, a number of issues and resources need to be evaluated in setting up the proper program. The following is a brief summary of the many resources to assist in this process.
Click the links below to access resource websites to find out more about care coordination.
This Web-based system is useful for long-term situations, including homebound and caregiver respite care needs.
Helpguide.org offers an informative overview of geriatric assessments for developing a care plan.
Helpful information from the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers.
A guide to options and selecting the best center for your needs.
A checklist of exterior and interior design elements to consider when building or remodeling homes for seniors.
NAELA site assists lawyers, bar organizations, and others who work with older clients and their families.
Downloadable report available from the National Association of Social Workers details effects of social work in long-term care and aging.
NAPFA is the nation’s leading organization dedicated to the advancement of fee-only comprehensive financial planning.
FAQs provided by Caregiver.com offer valuable information concerning emergency response systems.
An array of useful information about money and legal matters associated with eldercare.
Useful tool with information about programs and services designed for assisting in eldercare, available from the National Council on Aging.