At 104-years old, Martha was a force to be reckoned with. A stroke left her with right-sided paralysis, and for the first time her family didn’t know if she would be able to continue her independent lifestyle. We found a way to make it possible.
The last thing on Joanne’s mind at 56-years-old was geriatric care management. That was before a tragic accident left her spinal cord severely injured. She questioned how to move on with her life, and we helped her find the answers.
Clark’s lifestyle often felt isolating, being on the autism spectrum and a hoarder at 60-years-old. With no family or close friends, he had no one to go to when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. We became his support system and guided him to a future plan.
When 93-year-old William was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, his stepchildren moved in to help with daily care. Little did he know they were also financially exploiting him. We worked with his biological daughter to seek justice.
After a lengthy hospital stay, 70-year-old Clara was ready to return to her active independent lifestyle. A sudden change in consciousness threw a wrench in her plans. We worked with her family when she could no longer express her needs.
After 88-year-old Beatrice was diagnosed with dementia, she insisted on living in her own home. Her children had differing opinions. We helped mediate the family conflict that resulted and found a way to give Beatrice the final say.
Julia: A family member who needed some stress relief.
Another one of my favorite geriatric care managers. There are options out there. Having someone who really knows the “system” and can help you navigate is such a stress reliever! Sometimes a kid, spouse, grandkid – whatever, just needs to be that and not the caregiver and master of schedules!
Carrie: An only child living in San Francisco while her dad with Alzheimer's lives alone in Indianapolis.
Jenny: A daughter with too much on her plate during her mother's unexpected illness.
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