Service Packages

REQUIRED ASSESSMENT PACKAGE

$800

In order to protect the health & well being of your loved one and ensure that you are enrolling only in the services that will best meet your family’s needs, I require everyone to go through an initial assessment. The assessment includes 2 face-to-face meetings with the client in their home to assess their current level of needs, collection of background  & medical information from doctors, caregivers, & family, a general medical records review, a list of recommendations provided to the client, and a 45-min phone conversation with family and/or client regarding the recommendations & best provider agency resources.

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ONE TIME CONSULTATION PACKAGE

$450

In-office or phone consultation provided to family members needing general consultation related to issues of their older parents or loved ones. One time case review related to client needs, significant concerns, and general questions regarding care, decision-making, & senior specific resources in Denver. Package includes two 90-min consultation sessions with an Aging Life Care Professional.

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SAFETY & Support package

$1430/month

This package is for an older adult who lives alone, whether in their home or an assisted living and can attend their medical appointments indepedently or with family (who lives in town), but may have some safety, mental health, or well being concerns going on.

  • Assessments to ensure safety, well being, and client mental health. I will provide clinical assessment visits once per week.  This may look like me spending 45 min at your loved one’s residence with him or her in which I check in on certain health, safety, cognitive, emotional, and physical issues.

  • Emailed reports to relieve stress and worry of family members. Emails once every 2 weeks will report what has been happening with their loved one. Reports cover relevant medical updates, mood changes, safety risks, and general well being.

  • Facilitation to reduce medical risks & interpersonal stress. I will provide communications facilitation and oversee the team of people who will support & watch over your loved one. I will regularly communicate with primary medical provider, service providers, friends, etc to ensure that there are no gaps in your family member’s care.

  • Updates to save time and energy for loved ones. I will answer your loved ones questions. I will make sure that they get need to know info related to their medical treatment, services, and field their complaints & concerns.

  • Updates to provide clarity and decision making support of family members. I will answer caregiver’s and loved ones’s questions. I will provide them what they need to know to deliver the best care. For example, what are the medical needs, mental & cognitive issues, & best ways to work with the client.

  • Phone Calls for Reassurance of Your Loved One’s Well Being. I will provide a 15-minute phone check in with family member up to once/wk as needed.

  • Strategy Sessions to Decrease Worries. I will provide strategy sessions with the family once every other month to reevaluate the care plan, provide update, and address other matters of concern.

  • Other services as clinically indicated

 
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MEDICAL stability package

$2420/month

This package is for an older adult who lives alone or in a senior community and may not be able to manage his or her own medical care without an advocate due to memory concerns, mental health issues, or disability. Family may be out of state, or client has limited supports in the Denver area.

  • Assessments to ensure safety, well being, and client mental health. I will provide clinical assessment visits once per week.  This may look like me spending 45 min at your loved one’s residence with him or her in which I check in on certain health, safety, cognitive, emotional, and physical issues.

  • Emailed reports to relieve stress and worry of family members. Emails once every 2 weeks will report what has been happening with their loved one. Reports cover relevant medical updates, mood changes, safety risks, and general well being.

  • Facilitation to reduce medical risks & interpersonal stress. I will provide communications facilitation and oversee the team of people who will support & watch over your loved one. I will regularly communicate with primary medical provider, service providers, friends, etc to ensure that there are no gaps in your family member’s care.

  • Updates to save time and energy for loved ones. I will answer your loved ones questions. I will make sure that they get need to know info related to their medical treatment, services, and field their complaints & concerns.

  • Oversight for better quality of care & reduction of chances of  a medical emergency. I will make sure that critical information isn’t missed or misunderstood when an older adult cannot clearly communicate around difficult issues. Because of issues of memory or not realizing the type of info that is critical for quality care, crucial details can be missed putting your loved one at risk. To keep everyone on track & up to date, I will attend quarterly care conferences.

  • Updates to provide clarity and decision making support of family members. I will answer caregiver’s and loved ones’s questions. I will provide them what they need to know to deliver the best care. For example, what are the medical needs, mental & cognitive issues, & best ways to work with the client. 

  • Medical advocacy to significantly reduce confusion & uncertainty in medical care. I will attend one medical appointment per month to support your loved one in making informed medical decisions. I will help them understand treatment options, and coordinate medical care, particularly when addressing multiple medical conditions at once. In addition, I will help your loved one anticipate & plan for future health needs.

  • Outings to increase joy in your family member’s life. I will help them reconnect with what they are passionate about in life. I will provide something for them to look forward to. I will take them on outing per quarter that they can get excited about.

  • Errands to reduce hassle for everyone. I will take important errands off your plate and allow your loved one to not worry about when they are going to get done. I will run one well being (or important) errand per month for your loved one. For example, picking up much needed medical equipment or filling an urgent prescription.

  • Document review to establish peace of mind. I will make sure that your loved one feels good knowing that he/she did not leave personal matters undone. I will complete paperwork related to end of life wishes and designating decision makers for when your loved one is no longer able to, and other paperwork related to end of life decisions.

  • Phone Calls for Reassurance of Your Loved One’s Well Being. I will provide a 15-minute phone check in with family member up to once/wk as needed.

  • Improved Quality of life. I will research appropriate resources for client. For example, I may research the best pain management specialty doctors in the area, an activity client could attend for female veterans in the Denver area, or an adult day programs best fit for client’s interests.

  • Strategy Sessions to Decrease Worries. I will provide strategy sessions with the family once every other month to reevaluate the care plan, provide update, and address other matters of concern.

  • Other services as clinically indicated

 
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COUPLES package

$2880/month

This package is for a couple in which both seniors of the couple are needing some additional support and perhaps one or both members of the couple have a chronic medical condition or are dealing with memory issues. The caregiver of the couple is feeling burdened and exhausted.

  • Keeping the Peace as Needs Change. Evaluation & support with navigating complex caregiving & role change dynamics between members of the couple once per week.

  • Assessments to ensure safety, well being, and client mental health. I will provide clinical assessment visits once per week.  This may look like me spending 45 min at your loved one’s residence with him or her in which I check in on certain health, safety, cognitive, emotional, and physical issues.

  • Emailed reports to relieve stress and worry of family members. Emails once every 2 weeks will report what has been happening with their loved one. Reports cover relevant medical updates, mood changes, safety risks, and general well being.

  • Facilitation to reduce medical risks & interpersonal stress. I will provide communications facilitation and oversee the team of people who will support & watch over your loved one. I will regularly communicate with primary medical provider, service providers, friends, etc to ensure that there are no gaps in your family member’s care.

  • Updates to save time and energy for loved ones. I will answer your loved ones questions. I will make sure that they get need to know info related to their medical treatment, services, and field their complaints & concerns.

  • Oversight for better quality of care & reduction of chances of  a medical emergency. I will make sure that critical information isn’t missed or misunderstood when an older adult cannot clearly communicate around difficult issues. Because of issues of memory or not realizing the type of info that is critical for quality care, crucial details can be missed putting your loved one at risk. To keep everyone on track & up to date, I will attend quarterly care conferences.

  • Updates to provide clarity and decision making support of family members. I will answer caregiver’s and loved ones’s questions. I will provide them what they need to know to deliver the best care. For example, what are the medical needs, mental & cognitive issues, & best ways to work with the client. 

  • Medical advocacy to significantly reduce confusion & uncertainty in medical care. I will attend up to three medical appointments per month to support your loved one in making informed medical decisions. I will help them understand treatment options, and coordinate medical care, particularly when addressing multiple medical conditions at once. In addition, I will help your loved one anticipate & plan for future health needs.

  • Errands to reduce hassle for everyone. I will take important errands off your plate and allow your loved one to not worry about when they are going to get done. I will run one well being (or important) errand per month for your loved one. For example, picking up much needed medical equipment or filling an urgent prescription.

  • Document review to establish peace of mind. I will make sure that your loved one feels good knowing that he/she did not leave personal matters undone. I will complete paperwork related to end of life wishes and designating decision makers for when your loved one is no longer able to, and other paperwork related to end of life decisions.

  • Phone Calls for Reassurance of Your Loved One’s Well Being. I will provide a 15-minute phone check in with family member up to once/wk as needed.

  • Strategy Sessions to Decrease Worries. I will provide strategy sessions with the family once every other month to reevaluate the care plan, provide update, and address other matters of concern.

  • Other services as clinically indicated

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ALL INCLUSIVE PACKAGE

$3980/MONTH

 This package is for an older adult who cannot manage his or her own medical concerns or follow up appropriately. Family may be out of town or unable to meet the needs of their loved one locally.

  • Assessments to ensure safety, well being, and client mental health. I will provide clinical assessment visits once per week.  This may look like me spending 45 min at your loved one’s residence with him or her in which I check in on certain health, safety, cognitive, emotional, and physical issues.

  • Emailed reports to relieve stress and worry of family members. Emails once every week will report what has been happening with their loved one. Reports cover relevant medical updates, mood changes, safety risks, and general well being.

  • Facilitation to reduce medical risks & interpersonal stress. I will provide communications facilitation and oversee the team of people who will support & watch over your loved one. I will regularly communicate with primary medical provider, service providers, friends, etc to ensure that there are no gaps in your family member’s care, nothing is falling through the cracks, and no one is uninformed.

  • Updates to save time and energy for loved ones. I will answer your loved ones questions. I will make sure that they get need to know info related to their medical treatment, services, and field their complaints & concerns.

  • Oversight for better quality of care & reduction of chances of  a medical emergency. I will make sure that critical information isn’t missed or misunderstood when an older adult cannot clearly communicate around difficult issues. Because of issues of memory or not realizing the type of info that is critical for quality care, crucial details can be missed putting your loved one at risk. To keep everyone on track & up to date, I will attend quarterly care conferences.

  • Updates to provide clarity and decision making support of family members. I will answer caregiver’s and loved ones’s questions. I will provide them what they need to know to deliver the best care. For example, what are the medical needs, mental & cognitive issues, & best ways to work with the client.

  • Medical advocacy to significantly reduce confusion & uncertainty in medical care. I will attend one medical appointment per month to support your loved one in making informed medical decisions. I will help them understand treatment options, and coordinate medical care, particularly when addressing multiple medical conditions at once. In addition, I will help your loved one anticipate & plan for future health needs.

  • Outings to increase joy in your family member’s life. I will help them reconnect with what they are passionate about in life. I will provide something for them to look forward to. I will take them on outing per quarter that they can get excited about.

  • Errands to reduce hassle for everyone. I will take important errands off your plate and allow your loved one to not worry about when they are going to get done. I will run one well being (or important) errand per month for your loved one. For example, picking up much needed medical equipment or filling an urgent prescription.

  • Document review to establish peace of mind. I will make sure that your loved one feels good knowing that he/she did not leave personal matters undone. I will complete paperwork related to end of life wishes and designating decision makers for when your loved one is no longer able to, and other paperwork related to end of life decisions.

  • Phone Calls for Reassurance of Your Loved One’s Well Being. I will provide a 15-minute phone check in with family member up to once/wk as needed.

  • Improved Quality of life. I will research appropriate resources for client. For example, I may research the best pain management specialty doctors in the area, an activity client could attend for female veterans in the Denver area, or an adult day programs best fit for client’s interests.

  • Strategy Sessions to Decrease Worries. I will provide strategy sessions with teh family once every month to reevaluate the care plan, provide updates, and address other matters of concern.

  • Other Services as Clinically Indicated