Case management helps people to live more independent lives by providing the additional daily support they need to remain in their home and community rather than having to move into a nursing home. Your case manager can help assess if you need a variety of extra services to help you live independently. Some of these include:
Adult Day Health Care (Adult Day Care) and Transportation
Community Residential Care Facility (Assisted Living Facility) - Personal care assistance and supervision, and skill training
Attendant Care – Nursing care and homemaking activities
Congregate and Home Respite Care
Disposable Medical Supplies – Supplies for incontinence, wipes, etc.
Durable Medical Equipment – Hand held shower heads, shower chairs, transfer benches, etc.
Home Delivered Meals
Home Modifications to Increase Accessibility – Ramps, grab bars, widening of doorways, etc.
Personal Care – Assistance with daily living activities, such as bathing, eating, dressing, shopping & preparing meals, etc.
Personal Emergency Response System (PERS)
Tele monitoring – Daily monitoring of blood sugar, blood pressure, heart rate, etc.