1-978-844-1007 | P.O. Box 503 Concord, MA 01742

Services

Staying at Home

 

“Your experience and education; knowledge of good doctors in the area; ability to navigate with persistence the healthcare maze; smart suggestions for the house and other helpers; and most appreciated, the compassionate, sincere, unique way of working for aging folks is best captured by the following: … I felt relief instantly; it has grown at an exponential rate.”

S.P., 2011

It is Transition with Care’s goal to help seniors live independently at home for a lifetime. We are trained to work with seniors who want to live in their homes for as long as possible.

We have the resources to help you create a living environment which will allow you to live comfortably and independently at home by offering the following services for seniors and the families of aging parents:

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Perform a personalized Audit of Home Safety and Activities of Daily Living with specific recommendations to address individual needs and safety concerns.
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Provide a complete plan, including recommended modifications, with timetable for implementation that works with your schedule.
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Provide referrals for community services, in-home healthcare services and procurement of healthcare equipment, supplies and resources as needed.
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Access to first-hand, unbiased information which will allow you to adjust care as needs change.
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Accompany you to your medical appointments, update family members, and coordinate between different doctors.

Finding Assisted Living Options

 

“Relocation Stess Syndrome, also called Transfer Trauma, is a formal nursing diagnosis and defined as physiological and/or psychosocial disturbances as a result of transfer from one environment to another.”

WI Long Term Care Ombudsman Program

When living at home is not an option, Transition with Care can help seniors select the right assisted living or nursing home community.

This is a very difficult decision to make so Transition with Care’s goal is to make this as easy as possible for seniors and their families be offering the following services:

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Assistance with selection and placement in assisted living or nursing home community.
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Assist the senior with the transition to a new home.
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Referral to elder care attorney’s for estate planning, realtors, and senior moving services.
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Act as a liaison between family and medical staff as well as administration.
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Attend family meetings to review care plan and advocate for your family member’s needs.

Medical Crisis

 

“Thank you so much for all the help you’ve given me and my family during this difficult time for my grandparents.”

K.E., 2010

A healthcare crisis for a elder parent can be an emotional and confusing time. Transition with Care can translate the medical jargon and help guide you through the crisis and the recovery process.

We offer as much or as little help as you need during difficult times by offering the following services:

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Consistent care management throughout hospital stay, rehabilitation and upon discharge to home.
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Coordinate and manage services and care throughout an illness.
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Attend family meetings to advocate for your family member’s medical needs.
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Safety modifications to home and medical equipment to suit current needs and abilities prior to discharge.
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Referrals for appropriate in-home healthcare services including physical therapy, visiting nurse, home health aide.

Healthcare Advocacy

 

“The confluence of aging baby boomers with an ever more complex, cost-conscious healthcare system means unlimited demand for a persuasive, persistent person willing to do the vital work of patient advocacy.”

Marty Nemko, US News & World Report

Seniors and their families can count on Transition with Care whether a loved one lives at home alone or has been settled into a new residence. We can be your eyes and ears when you can’t be there yourself through documented visits, unbiased information, and open communication.

Healthcare Advocacy services provide families with peace of mind that their loved one is receiving the quality of care they need by offering the following services:

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Evaluation of a loved one’s needs and specific recommendations for appropriate care.
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Monitoring of an elder’s care through regularly scheduled and documented visits.
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Open communication with family via written reports, e-mail and telephone
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Advocate on behalf of the family to ensure quality care for loved one in their own home, nursing home or assisted living community.
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Address problems or concerns that the senior or family has with the appropriate medical or administrative staff and follow up as needed.

Want to know more about how I can help you?

Serving clients in Acton, Boxborough, Concord, Lincoln, Sudbury, Westford, Boston and other communities in and around Middlesex County Massachusetts as well as Southern New Hampshire. Transition with Care is bonded and insured.