Who is Eldercare for?
Today adults are living longer than ever before.
In fact, adults age 85 and older are the fastest growing segment of our population and according the US Commerce Department Bureau of Census, will account for 1 in 4 seniors and 5% of all Americans by 2050.
With that longevity, we are challenged with more chronic illness and a decline in functionality.
- 1 in 5 seniors have 5 or more chronic conditions
- 2 in 5 seniors will require long-term care
- Half of Americans age 85 and older have Alzheimer's Disease
These limitations can wreak havoc on the quality of life of those experiencing this decline and the support systems around them.
- One in five seniors who are discharged from a hospital are rehospitalized within 30 days
- One in 3 are rehospitalized within 90 days.
- Seniors account for 12% of the U.S. population but more than one-third of hospitalizations and almost half of total hospital costs.
Professional eldercare services can greatly improve health outcomes, alleviate stress and increase function.
It is now recognized that when patients with complicated medical, functional and cognitive conditions receive care coordination in the home by specially trained geriatric care managers, hospitalizations and emergency room admissions are substantially reduced. Read about the health outcomes of our clients.
Improved outcomes benefit the support system around individuals receiving care.
We often hear from family members and professionals who recognize the need to better support someone they care about. These include:
- Family members and friends of who feel a loved one may need care at home or in an alternative living situation
- Individuals caring for their spouse, partner, or adult child with disabilities who could benefit from respite
- Physicians who need help transitioning or supporting patients with complex medical or psychosocial needs
- Elder law, trust and estate attorneys serving who need a reliable assessment of a client's needs and/or assistance navigating thorny family dynamics
- Financial planners and other professionals helping older adults plan for future caregiving needs can obtain
- Bank trust officers with fiduciary responsibility for their customers
- Probate judges who need objective, professional assessments of a client’s needs, conservatorship, or professional care management for a case with an aging client or client with a disability, who needs an assessment to assist in
- Employee Assistance Programs that work with caregiving employees nurses, social workers, hospital discharge planners, and other health care professionals
For a free and immediate consultation
We invite you to reach us 24-hours a day, 7-days a week by email, by calling our national helpline at 1-866-506-1212 or by contacting a branch in your area.
We're here to help.