Memory Care

Memory loss affects the whole family.

Care management provides much-needed support for families who are caring for a loved one with memory or cognitive impairments.  Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias are some of the most common challenges of aging and senior care.  And, for people of any age, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and a number of other conditions can result in cognitive impairment.

Your family does not have to go through this alone!  Peace Aging Care Experts specializes in the care of the elderly and disabled, which gives us the resources and knowledge to customize a plan of care that is affordable and improves safety and quality of life.

Our customized services include:

  • An independent nursing evaluation of physical, cognitive, and psychological health to determine care needs
  • Assistance with needs to help who wants to stay home, including safety assessments, home modifications and assistive devices as well as arrangement of supportive programs such as home health care, companionship services or adult day programs
  • Analysis of the best living options, including recommendations and coordination of relocation to an assisted living community or skilled nursing facility.
  • Medication management, review and set-up of medications, prescription refill management and monitoring
  • Support for ongoing medical needs, such as coordination of medical providers and accompaniment at key medical appointments
  • Advocating for the best level of care and benefits to insurance plans, Medicaid/Medicare, and health care organizations
  • Referrals to other professional services providers specializing in memory and cognitive issues, such as physicians, specialists, and elder law attorneys
  • Assessments in hospital or long-term setting to ensure quality care and appropriate discharge plans
  • Personal attention through regular visits and active care plan monitoring to meet ongoing needs

Peace Aging Care Experts care managers will help you evaluate your situation; develop a caregiving plan; and provide ongoing support so that you can enjoy a good quality of life as a family while ensuring that your loved one’s care and safety needs are met.