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Care Management for Attorneys and Guardians

Care Management for Attorneys and Guardians

Together we can deliver optimal results for clients

 

Our Care Managers provide long term care expertise which is highly sought after in the local legal community. We provide assessments and expert opinions for guardians, power of attorneys (POAs), attorneys, and courts on appropriateness of care, cost analysis, care budgets, options, and resources. Parties often hire us to oversee and monitor care or do periodic reviews, especially in contentious cases. Our mission is yours, to protect and advocate for vulnerable adults.

Our Care Managers serve as an advocate and liaison between clients and their financial and legal advisors. Our Care Managers are also an excellent source of referrals for families who require legal services.

Care Management Services Beneficial to Attorneys and Guardians

  • Assess Client’s Physical, Mental, and Social Health
  • Provide a Comprehensive Plan of Care
  • Identify Potential Planning Gaps and Resource Needs
  • Resource Referral
  • Serve as a Liaison and Coordinator for Care
  • Education, Coaching, and Development of Individualized Interventions
  • Appointment Accompaniment and Advocacy
  • Medication Management
  • Wellness and Safety Checks
  • Provide Crisis Prevention and Intervention
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Every day, we hear from happy clients who tell us they're glad they trusted Fedelta with this important decision. We invite you to see what they have to say.

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