California, Geriatric Care Manager Call Now 949-278-6181
In California, CA, The Way to Aging’s geriatric care manager Yolanda Lawler is dedicated to assisting seniors and their families in making crucial decisions that enable them to safely remain at home with professional care readily available. Through geriatric care management, our team collaborates with older adults and their families to determine the most suitable care options.
Our well-trained geriatric care manager plays a key role in helping individuals maintain as much independence as possible. This involves a comprehensive assessment of living alternatives, including supportive housing, assisted living facilities, or receiving assistance while continuing to live at home. To become a geriatric care manager, an individual must undergo specialized training in Gerontology, Counseling, Nursing, and Social Work. At The Way to Aging, our geriatric care manager is a seasoned professional with extensive expertise in the field.
We understand the importance of tailoring care solutions to meet the unique needs of each individual and family. Our geriatric care manager is committed to providing personalized guidance, ensuring that seniors receive the most appropriate and supportive care, allowing them to age gracefully while maintaining their independence.
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Moving is always difficult whether you are changing residences, moving closer to family, medical care providers, or looking for placements that provide direct care for you or your loved one. Call Us Today 949-278-6181
The most common long-term care settings for the elderly are Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Board & Care. These settings offer residents an active lifestyle, services include: care with activities of daily living (ADLs), medication management, housekeeping, maintenance, and meals. Transitions are very difficult for the elderly, finding the right long-term care setting is extremely important as you don’t want to have to transition your loved one several times. We will help you find the best care setting for you or your loved one’s needs at no cost to you and assist you with relocating and provide support during the transition.
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Alzheimer’s Disease Help in California
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Lewy Body Dementia Help in California
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Huntington’s Disease Help in California
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Parkinson’s Disease Help in California
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California Families Reach Out to Us for Help Today
The services we provide are vital to ensuring seniors stay safe and receive the care and support they need, and families get peace of mind knowing their loved ones are taken care of. If you need any of the mentioned services, contact us today to learn more about the geriatric care management services from The Way to Aging. Call Now 949-346-5960