What Do We Do?

When we first meet people, for the first time, they are often unsure about what exactly Geriatric or Aging Life Care Managers­® do. We work with families who have elderly loved ones that need care. We help the family understand the options available in the community and work with them to get services in place that honor the quality care families need and want. This doesn’t mean that we make a snap decision to move an elderly person into a nursing home or assisted living facility, it actually means that we use our skills, as nurses, to review the entire situation and make the recommendations that will most help the individual, which often includes helping them continue their life in their home. When you need a trusted partner to help you make the best care decisions, you can count on Senior Transitions. Please enjoy our blog series explaining what Geriatric Care Managers do.

Geriatric Assessment: A Primer for Families

Geriatric Assessment: A Primer for Families

Geriatric Assessment: A Primer for Families Often families first contact a geriatric care manager (also known as an Aging Life Care Professional™) when their loved one has a health crisis, a chronic illness, or is showing signs of dementia. Whatever the reason, the...

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Ethics and Geriatric Care Management

Ethics and Geriatric Care Management

Aging Life Care Professionals™ also known as geriatric care managers, are guided by a Code of Ethics set forth by the Aging Life Care Association (ALCA). These ethical principles include integrity, loyalty and responsibility, acting in the client’s best interest, respect for the client’s rights and dignity, and treating people in a just and fair way.

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This is a 6-part series and each month we will post a new blog exploring the world of care management. If you would like to be notified of the new blog post, please provide your information below.

What Do We Do?

When we first meet people, for the first time, they are often unsure about what exactly Geriatric or Aging Life Care Managers­® do. We work with families who have elderly loved ones that need care. We help the family understand the options available in the community and work with them to get services in place that honor the quality care families need and want. This doesn’t mean that we make a snap decision to move an elderly person into a nursing home or assisted living facility, it actually means that we use our skills, as nurses, to review the entire situation and make the recommendations that will most help the individual, which often includes helping them continue their life in their home. When you need a trusted partner to help you make the best care decisions, you can count on Senior Transitions. Please enjoy our blog series explaining what Geriatric Care Managers do.

Geriatric Assessment: A Primer for Families

Geriatric Assessment: A Primer for Families

Geriatric Assessment: A Primer for Families Often families first contact a geriatric care manager (also known as an Aging Life Care Professional™) when their loved one has a health crisis, a chronic illness, or is showing signs of dementia. Whatever the reason, the...

read more
Ethics and Geriatric Care Management

Ethics and Geriatric Care Management

Aging Life Care Professionals™ also known as geriatric care managers, are guided by a Code of Ethics set forth by the Aging Life Care Association (ALCA). These ethical principles include integrity, loyalty and responsibility, acting in the client’s best interest, respect for the client’s rights and dignity, and treating people in a just and fair way.

read more

This is a 6-part series and each month we will post a new blog exploring the world of care management. If you would like to be notified of the new blog post, please provide your information below.

 

 

We serve the Big Bend area of Florida, including Tallahassee, located in Leon County, along with Wakulla, Jefferson and Gadsden counties in a 50 mile radius.