A social worker, nurse, or other professional who assesses needs and helps families plan and arrange informal and formal services.
a highly qualified individual who has advanced degrees in nursing, social work or gerontology
a professional who manages affairs of the elderly
A care manager is typically a professional who is able to assess and evaluate a situation and its various components and then prescribe a plan of care that will be beneficial. Codicil. A codicil is a supplement or an addition to a Will.
A nurse, doctor or social worker who works with patients, providers and insurers to coordinate all services deemed necessary to provide the patient with a plan of medically necessary and appropriate health care.
A social worker or health care professional who can provide comprehensive assessments to identify care needs, locate and coordinate senior resources for older adults and their families.
A trained professional who is able to work with you and your family and your doctors to assess your situation and determine the appropriate Plan of Care. They will also help with finding the available care resources
Oversees and is responsible for the Care Workers, quality of care, supervising staff, training staff, and managing the office amongst other things.
A health care professional, typically a nurse or social worker, who arranges, monitors, or coordinates long-term care services (also referred to as a care coordinator or case manager). A care manager may also assess a patient's needs and develop a plan of care, subject to approval by the patient's physician. For more information, click on Elder Care Managers.