Successful outcomes – seniors who live at home safely and in the best state of health possible – begin with a carefully orchestrated process. Here is an overview of the SeniorBridge approach to assessing your individual situation and arriving at a plan that will work for everyone involved.
Understanding the individual.
Every person needs to be understood within the context of their environment and personal history. They arrive at their senior years in a way that is uniquely their own. SeniorBridge’s licensed, clinical professionals conduct an in-depth assessment of each individual’s needs, preferences, strengths, support system and resources in consultation with all concerned parties.
Our professionals listen – and learn – before they respond with solutions and services. And the input we receive enables us to understand all of the clinical and psychosocial factors that will influence the customization of the care plan
The findings of the assessment process are shared with all concerned and responsible parties. There is dialogue and discussion to support the process wherever necessary. The SeniorBridge assessment process is highly collaborative and consultative.
Empowering through choices.
The element of choice is central to assessment. We present and review options and recommendations with the intent of enabling clients and all those involved to make educated decisions.
Creating a care plan.
When all input and information is collected and reviewed, your SeniorBridge team will present a recommended care plan that is built around the needs and requirements of the primary user and his or her support system. We will provide details for the types of services, the schedule and timing, the frequency, intensity, and cost. This plan will be shared with and approved by all necessary parties.
Adapting to changes.
The circumstances surrounding an elderly person’s place in their home may change suddenly or gradually. As they do, SeniorBridge will be there at any hour of the day or night to provide the level of care and support necessary as well as to recommend appropriate and ongoing changes to the care plan.
Shared information is the foundation for everything that we do at SeniorBridge. We are committed to keeping you informed of
our activities and progress, and your feedback shapes how we improve our services and introduce innovations in caring for people at home.