Care Home Visits
The care manager can step in to help families resolve any concerns about their loved one’s care. A care manager will take the time to build a relationship with the individual and the family, and advocates for not just the client’s care but his or her rights.
New Mom Care
Need a second pair of hands so you can just take a shower? We’ve been there. Let us prepare a meal, do the laundry or clean the house for you while you tend to your new baby.
Talk to us about buying caregiver time for a new mom in your life. Gift cards for new mom care make a great baby shower present!
Health Care Monitoring
Ancaire uses several local companies that provide monitoring services. Some of the services provided include: wireless personal emergency response, portable alert lifesaver, cord-buddy, medication dispensers, tele-health, fall sensor pendants, key lock boxes and puff switches.
What do you do? Take mom home? Let her return to her home? Which skilled nursing is the best? What if mom needs help but doesn’t qualify for Medicare home health? What if mom needs equipment? We can help!!
Ancaire works with local resources to know which facilities have immediate availability. We have toured all local nursing homes and skilled care facilities, and we will let you know our recommendations for caring for loved ones. We will assist in making the transition back home, or to the home environment of your choice, as easy as possible for our clients and their families.
Let us help with day-to-day tasks, and allow family members the opportunity to care for their loved one. Gift cards are available for blocks of time or specific tasks.
Long-Distance Care Management
We have helped give many families peace of mind with in-home services, care coordination, in-home safety and health care monitoring.
Long- and Short-Term Planning
Just because a loved one has entered a long-term care facility does not mean a Medicaid application is warranted. Let us help you through the maze of paperwork and red tape.
We work with you to understand your loved one’s needs and help you navigate through available care options to find the best fit for your family situation.
Our phones are staffed 24/7. Many times there are questions or concerns that simply can’t wait until Monday morning. We are available to answer your questions or concerns even on the weekend.
- “Are you able to shop for food and prepare your own meals?”
- “If not, who helps you?”
- “Is this help providing you with enough assistance for nutritious meals?”
- “If not, would it be helpful to arrange for a meal delivered to your home?”
A care manager will use the information to help develop a detailed action plan for you or your loved one’s needs. Then, the care manager, you, your loved ones, or a combination of people who care about you can coordinate and monitor the services you receive. A care plan also includes regular reassessments and allows for changes as needs change.