Description of Institute on Aging Senior Campus (IOA)
Institute on Aging's Older Adults Care Management (OACM) is a licensed home health agency providing the highest quality of home care, personal care assistance, care management, and consultation. We offer counseling to construct a care plan suited to your needs, and individual matching of skilled and reliable home care aides.
Each of our caregivers is rigorously screened, bonded and insured, supervised by a licensed nurse, and continually trained so you receive the very best care. We handle all scheduling, ensuring caregivers are always fresh and attentive with no gap in your service. Our aides are well-paid and receive benefits, fostering low turnover and high satisfaction. OACM brings you the peace of mind that comes with knowing your needs are being respectfully and consistently met.
What Sets OACM Apart?
State-licensed home health agency, exceeding rigorous standards as a provider of both medical and non-medical care.
All care is supervised by a licensed nurse at no additional charge. Supervision by a licensed psychologist or licensed clinical social worker available as needed
Specialized and dignified dementia care; aides are trained in "person-centered" care by the Alzheimer's Association
As a non-profit, we keep overhead low and put profits back into educating our staff and providing resources to the community
As a program of Institute on Aging (IOA), OACM clients have access to comprehensive services including multidisciplinary assessments, neuropsychological services, money management, counseling, and family support
Home Care & Personal Assistance Services
Meal planning and preparation
Specialized dementia care
Laundry and light housekeeping
Companionship and interaction to minimize isolation
Errands, and escorted travel
Bookkeeping, including bill paying, budgeting, cash management, reconciling bank statements, organizing papers, compiling end-of year tax information, and filing medical claims
Respite or temporary support
Supportive services for residents in assisted living, skilled nursing, and acute care facilities
Care Management Services
Full assessment of a client's needs and wants
Individualized plans to meet those needs
Medical care coordination and accompaniment to medical appointments
Evaluation of the home to ensure it is well-maintained and safe
Arrangement of services such as home care, housekeeping, transportation, and meals
Crisis support and counseling
Long-term care planning assistance
Family consultation, education, and referral information
A caring professional as eyes and ears for long-distance loved ones
Institute on Aging - Older Adults Care Management Caregivers
Caregiver Skills Include:
Ethics, Validation Therapy, Patient Transfers, Stress Management, Transition Issues, Grief Issues,
Family Communication, Communicating with Dementia Patients
Caregivers are employed, bonded and insured:
RN on staff:
Caregivers are available 24 hours a day:
Caregivers are available to assisted living facilities:
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