Evaluation and Assessment
One of our experienced, trained staff
members meets with each potential client
for a personalized comprehensive evaluation
of his or her health status and reviews the
resources presently available to meet the
In addition to evaluating current health
and living arrangements, we also give
thoughtful consideration to short and long
term future needs and prepare a plan of
options to address those issues as they arise.
We focus on safety, comfort, peace of mind,
and respectful care, mindful of economic
solutions that are client appropriate.
Our thorough individualized
case management has many
facets which may include:
- Establish and monitor in-home care arrangements.
- Identify and recommend safe and appropriate housing options if residential care is not appropriate.
- Assist with the relocation process if necessary.
- Provide advocacy care services with
care givers, medical care providers,
and other service providers.
- Facilitate life-style options including transportation to appointments and social or cultural events.
Guardians are appointed by the Court
and are responsible for the supervision
of housing, personal care, medical
decisions, and general well-being of the individuals. A report is submitted annually to the Court for review.
Conservators are court-appointed. The duties of a Conservator include
managing and conserving an individual's assets and supervising expenditures. Conservators are bonded and report
annually to the Court.
Named by the Will and appointed by the
Court. A Personal Representative works
with an attorney to assure that the terms
of a Will are carried out in accordance
with the deceased's expressed wishes as
efficiently and expeditiously as possible.
The person holding a Medical Power-of-Attorney is responsible for
making medical decisions for those who are incapable of doing so for themselves. Whenever possible, the
individual in question is asked to detail
their wishes in this area before the
Medical Power-of-Attorney is activated.