Senior care coordination and advocacy.
Not every senior care client requires senior care coordination and advocacy. For those who do it can be an invaluable service.
When is senior care coordination and advocacy necessary?
Oftentimes, with just a little help from a Caregiver through Abby Services, a senior can maintain their independence in their home. However, that may not always be the case. Due to the complicated nature of some senior’s diagnoses, or simply because of challenging family dynamics, independently managing one’s health and wellbeing can be a challenge.
When navigating challenging familial situations, managing multiple physicians & ailments, and sometimes in determining what the “next step” is. Abby Services often refers to professional care coordinators.
Our nurse Scott Strachan RN is available to help provide input and guidance to families managing an elder’s care. When a situation becomes complex though a senior care coordinator is required.
One excellent choice for care management is Catherine Csaky, M.S., C.D.P.
Catherine Csaky has a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University and has completed advanced clinical training in a doctoral program with an emphasis on Geriatrics & Gerontology, Health Psychology, and Behavioral Medicine.
Catherine has extensive experience in serving seniors in assisted living and long-term care facilities, as well as consulting and providing in-service training on behavioral healthcare and related issues facing the elderly.
As a former Client Care Advocate with a prestigious elder law firm, she had the privilege of helping seniors and their families make good decisions for long-term care planning.
Catherine offers her Care Management services to assist seniors with:
Care assessments to identify problems and provide solutions
Care coordination while conserving financial resources
Partnerships with Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Skilled Nursing Facilities
Personalized escorted tours
Advocacy and ongoing support
Education and counseling
Helping to plan for the possibility of incapacity or disability
Coordinating and overseeing the transition to a facility
Work in collaboration with elder law attorneys, physicians, financial planners, home healthcare agencies, and other service providers to ensure that the right professional is helping at the right time
Do not wait for a crisis to occur. Planning in advance can protect your loved one by ensuring a higher quality of life while eliminating or reducing the devastatingly high cost of long-term care.
For more information visit Catherine on the web at https://www.cccareadvocate.com
For all general inquiries call 941.840.8344
As always we at Abby Services are also available to help, just call 239-590-0861