Active Healthcare Solutions, LLC Senior Care Management & Services

Local Daughters | Professional Registered Nurses

Some people say they are senior advocates or care managers but what does that exactly mean?  We are RN’s and Nationally Certified Care Managers (CCM) who are well established in the local community.  We leverage existing relationships with Physicians, reputable Home Care Agencies and Senior Living Communities as well as other geriatric professionals to ensure a safe and independent environment for your loved one.

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Step 1.

Care Management Assessment

  • Home Safety Evaluation
  • Problem Identification
  • Safety Issues
  • Medication
  • Medical Issues
  • Location
  • Ancillary staff
  • Transportation
  • Legal Issues
  • Family Dynamics
  • Problem Resolution
  • Resolving Safety Issues
  • Medication Issues
    • Identify medication
    • Reconcile all medications with prescribing physicians   
    • Disposal of old/outdated medication
    • Order needed medications
    • Set up appropriate medication system
    • Monitor medication system for compliance
  • Medical Issue Resolution
    • Fall Risk
    • Mental Status
    • Medication Compliance
  • Location Resolution & Relocation
    • Ensuring that the home is conducive to the client’s needs
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Step 2.

Care Management Planning

  • Safety First
  • Screening potential providers
  • Ancillary Services
  • Cleaning of the property, which includes:
    • Bill Payments
    • House Keepers
    • Pest Control
    • Electricians
    • Plumber
    • Painters
    • Pool
    • Air Conditioning Contractors
    • Shopping Services
  • Transportation
  • Arranging non-emergency transportation
  • Legal Issues
  • Ensuring durable power of attorney, health surrogate, living will and last wish documents are in order.
  • Financial Issues
  • Determination of realistic budget, paying bills and banking.
  • Communication with appropriate family members/parties.
  • Family Issues
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Medical History
  • Physical Assessment
  • Psychosocial
  • Likes & Dislikes
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Step 3

Care Management Implementation

  • Safety First
  • Screening potential providers
  • Coordination
  • Implementation of care plan
  • Physician collaboration
  • Monitoring
  • Medication and general health status
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Unplanned emergency care – physical and environmental
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Step 4

Care Management Communication

  • Advocacy
  • Support all appropriate needs of clients
  • Communication
  • Education of family and client
  • Liaison between client and medical community

Personalized Senior Care Services Tailored to Meet the Unique Needs of Each Client

  • Complimentary consultation with client and/or family.
  • Comprehensive assessment of current needs.
  • Development of a comprehensive written care plan with actionable steps and goals.
  • Collaborate with your medical, legal and financial professionals to recommend services that will conserve assets.
  • Navigate the complexities of the healthcare system by having a RN to advocate for your loved one.
  • Assist with set up and monitoring of medications for compliance.
  • Interview, oversee and train caregivers to ensure quality care.
  • Professional accompaniment to medical appointments.
  • Emergency crisis intervention and support.
  • Transition management across care settings, from hospitals and rehab centers to home.
  • Identify the best living environment and explore housing options.
  • Provide tools and education to promote informed decision making.
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