Our Services: Helping You Cope With The Changes & The ChallengesFrom diagnosis through end-of-life care
The primary goal of our Geriatric Care Management service is to clearly identify the problems, and recommend appropriate, realistic solutions, that improve the quality of life for the Alzheimer’s caregiver and the care receiver.
Our Alzheimer’s Geriatric Assessment is extremely comprehensive and begins with an in-depth telephone call to review your concerns as well as your current caregiving challenges. Call us today!
Coaching for Caregivers provides one-on-one support and professional guidance, to patients, caregivers, family and friends, to help them cope and adjust to issues related to Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Clients receive all of the benefits that come with attending a support group or caregiver workshop, but on an individualized basis, and in a warm and comforting environment.
Be sure to check out our Coaching for Kids™ program too!
Making Moments Matter™ is a daily, person-centered program that enables caregivers to successfully meet the needs of those who are living at home, and who suffer from memory loss, by concentrating on their current abilities and maximizing their strengths.
Perfect for those unwilling or unable to attend adult day care, as well as those needing socialization and appropriate cognitive stimulation.
Activities and levels of engagement are based on the persons individual abilities, likes and dislikes, as well as their current level of cognitive function.
Caregivers and family members of those with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or other cognitive impairment never have to go through a crisis alone.
We provide local caregivers and families with counseling, coaching, guidance, support, and dementia specific resources to help you cope with the challenges of caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
Properly managing the medications for someone with Alzheimer’s disease is a difficult task made even more complex when the patient is under the care of numerous physicians, all of whom are prescribing one, two or even three different medications.
Couple this with the fact that most caregivers find it difficult, if not impossible, to convince the person with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia to take their pills, in the correct dose, and at the correct time, caregivers can become angry, frustrated, and sometimes, just give up. We can help!
Our Learning Lighthouse Resource Library is also available to the Alzheimer’s community and is filled with books, DVD’s, brochures and other dementia specific information and resources all designed to help you provide the very best care to your loved one.
- Assistance with Placement
- Long Distance Caregiving Solutions
- Bill Paying & Household Management
- Professional Education
Most families want to do everything they can to keep the person with Alzheimer’s disease at home; but if the time comes when living at home is no longer an option, your Care Navigator will help you select the very best assisted living facility or nursing home based on your needs and the needs of your loved one.
In today’s world, it’s common for family members to live in different cities and states. Sometimes it’s the parents who move away from the place where they raised their family, perhaps to retire to a warmer or more appealing climate. Often it’s the children who move away, to start careers and raise their own family. Everything’s fine – and then something happens. A doctor calls in the middle of the night to say that your older parent 3,000 miles away has fallen and has been hospitalized. Or your mother, who lives several states away, calls to say she can no longer cope with your father’s dementia. Many adult children must help from a distance when their older parents and other relatives need help. The task can be difficult, stressful, and time consuming. Can you deal with the problem over the phone or do you need to be there in person? That’s often one of the most difficult aspects of long-distance caregiving. Being miles away from older parents can also mean being miles away the information and help that you need. Feeling frustrated can easily lead to feeling helpless when trying to access needed services from so far away. The Care Navigators at the Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center serve as an advocate for your loved one and as a surrogate fro you – to help to make long-distance caregiving much easier. 24 hours per day. 7 days per week. 365 days per year. <h2 style=”text-align: center;”><strong>Call us today to learn more</strong> 877-760-9199</h2>”>
Everything’s fine – and then something happens. A doctor calls in the middle of the night to say that your older parent 3,000 miles away has fallen and has been hospitalized. Or your mother, who lives several states away, calls to say she can no longer cope with your father’s dementia.
Many adult children must help from a distance when their older parents and other relatives need help. The task can be difficult, stressful, and time consuming. Our Care Navigators can help!
- Pay bills, balance checkbook, and assist with correspondence
- Review medical bills, insurance claims and reimbursements
- Manage all payroll and reporting responsibilities for privately hired workers
- Arrange and supervise home repairs and modifications
- Assist with entitlement applications
Our Level I and Level II Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Training Courses are approved by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs.
Level I and Level II Alzheimer’s Training courses meet the education requirements for administrators and staff working with dementia patients in the home, at assisted living facilities, in long term care facilities and in skilled nursing facilities.
Our classes are the most sought after in Palm Beach County! Upbeat, enthusiastic, interactive and fun!
For Caregivers. For Families. For Friends.Helping to improve the quality of life for the caregiver and care receiver
Alzheimer's Geriatric Care Management Specialists
The Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center’s Geriatric Care Navigation Program™ was designed as a progressive, affordable and empowering approach to traditional geriatric care management services.
As the only Alzheimer’s Dementia specific, not-for-profit organization in Palm Beach, Broward, Martin and St. Lucie County dedicated solely to the unique needs of Alzheimer’s caregivers, our geriatric care managers, social workers and registered nurse consultants, provide professional expertise, guidance and support, throughout the dementia caregivers journey.
They help assess individual needs, thoughtfully craft appropriate care options, and empower caregivers and families to make choices to enhance their loved ones safety and quality of life through the creation of a personalized Geriatric Care Navigation™ plan.
Alzheimer’s Geriatric Care Management in South Florida
Geriatric Care Navigation helps Alzheimer’s caregivers and families feel reassured that they are never alone in facing their loved ones care needs.
Alzheimer’s caregivers are often overwhelmed with making choices for their loved one. Coping with current care needs and trying to anticipate the future can create stress and very often, fear of the future. The good news is caregivers never need to feel alone and can feel hopeful that even in complicated situations, solutions exist to make a positive difference for the Alzheimer’s caregiver and the care receiver.
The Care Navigator directs a multidisciplinary team that ensures that all of the patient’s needs are met by partnering with physicians and other care professionals to advocate and create a cohesive care team. Care Navigation Plans not only provide ongoing and continuous care, but they incorporate all of the medical, physical, social, psychological and spiritual needs of the patient and often the direct caregiver as well.
If you believe Geriatric Care Navigation may benefit you and your loved one, or you simply want to learn more about available services, The Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center™ is always open and our professional family of Care Navigators™ are ready to welcome you.REACH OUT today for a complimentary telephone consultation with a Care Navigator™.