• Complete a needs assessment that will identify problems.
  • Complete a care plan that will offer possible solutions.
  • Screen, interview, arrange and monitor in-home services including qualified caregivers.
  • Review financial, legal, medical issues and offer referrals to geriatric specialists.
  • Provide crisis intervention
  • Act as a liaison between long distance families and their loved one by alerting families to problems.
  • Provide consumer education.
  • Provide assistance in relocating a person from their own home to alternate living arrangements such as assisted living or a nursing home.