When You May Need Our Services

How do you know that you need an Optimal Aging Advisor?

When caregiving for an aging loved one becomes overwhelming, it may be time to contact us. Through the services that we offer, you benefit from many years of experience and expertise in care management, nursing, social work, home care and long term care that will benefit the client and the family.

You may need a Optimal Aging Advisor if:

  • Your family is helping an aging loved one and you need direction about available services.
  • There has been a sudden or gradual change in your loved one and you wonder if he or she can continue to live safely at home.
  • The older adult wants to remain in his/her home safely.
  • You live a long distance from your aging loved one and find it difficult to visit regularly to assess what is happening in the home.
  • The older adult has limited family support or no family at all.
  • You travel frequently and find that there is no one else to check on your aging loved one.
  • Your family is either stressed or confused about care needs and solutions.
  • You feel overwhelmed by your caregiving responsibilities and find that it is impacting your work and relationships.
  • The older adult  requires alternate living arrangements.
  • Your family has limited time and/or expertise in dealing with your loved ones’ chronic care needs.
  • Your family is at odds regarding care decisions and could benefit from the recommendations of an objective professional.
  • The older adult is socially isolated.
  • The older adult is under the care of a guardian or trustee.
  • The older adult is confused about his/her own financial and/or legal situation.
  • Your family needs education and/or direction in dealing with behaviors associated with dementia.
  • The older adult has been admitted or  discharged from a hospital or rehab facility.
  • The older adult is discharged from home health care (visiting nurses or therapy) but still needs support and coaching for chronic condition(s).
  • The older adult has frequent doctor, emergency, or urgent care visits due to their chronic condition(s)
  • The older adult is having trouble managing the home and paying bills.