Care Management

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Care Management is a client-centered service tailored to meet the individualized needs of our clients. Our professional Care Managers complete screens and assessments to help clients and their families solve problems and set healthcare goals for their future. Our professional Care Managers are healthcare advisors who provide monthly oversight of client care plans and more. Care Management is designed to meet each client where they are in their life journey.

Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss how we can make life easier.

Areas of Focus

Our professional Care Managers are experts in these 8 areas:

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Advocacy

Our Care Managers advocate for our clients' healthcare needs and wishes.

Housing

Our Care Managers are experts on housing options. We help our clients make better informed decisions.

Families

Whether we help families from out-of-state or those who travel manage a loved one's care, or manage stress of in-home caregiving, we help families find solutions and peace of mind.

Transitional Care

It can be hard adjusting to life after a hospitalization or short-term rehab stay. We help navigate this difficult process.

Medication Assistance

We assist our clients to reconcile medications, manage refills, fill pill boxes, provide education, and monitor for compliance.

Crisis Intervention

Our Care Managers are available by phone 24/7 to ensure our clients have the support they need and best possible care. We help navigate emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and rehabilitation stays.

Health and Disability

We attend doctors' appointments, ask the right questions, and communicate the information to everyone who needs to know.

Caregiver Coordination

Our Care Managers coordinate our clients' caregivers, whether they receive caregiving through Care Around the Block or through another agency.

Meet Our Care Managers 

 
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Maureen Willis, RN, BSN 
Care Manager

Mo’s previous practice has been primarily operating room nursing, but then started care managing with the company in 2012, as she cared for her own dad on his dementia journey. She received her BSN at Texas Woman's University, graduating cum laude in 1985.

 

Mo was born and raised in the west, then moved to Knoxville, Tennessee in 2000. She is married with three adult children and six grandchildren! Mo serves as an Aging Life Care Professional, and because of her love for the operating room, she still works occasionally at a pediatric surgery center. Balancing geriatrics, pediatrics, and her personal life, she feels she really has the best of all worlds!

The Experts in Aging Well™

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AGING LIFE CARE™ is a trademark of the Aging Life Care Association®. Only ALCA Members are authorized to use this term to identify their services.

An Aging Life Care Professional, also known as a geriatric care manager, is a health and human services specialist who acts as a guide and advocate for families who are caring for older relatives or disabled adults. The Aging Life Care Professional is educated and experienced in any of several fields related to aging life care / care management, including, but not limited to gerontology, nursing, social work, psychology, or occupational therapy, with a specialized focus on issues related to aging and elder care.

Aging Life Care Professionals become the “coach” and families or clients “team captain.”

Thank you to the Aging Life Care Association® for permission for us to share this information. You may learn more about Aging Life Care™ at aginglifecare.org.

 
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Uncertain about the transition to home from the hospital?

We offer Post-Hospitalization Care services through our unique integrated Care Manager-Care Partner team approach. Contact CAB to find out how that transition can be made easier or download our PDF!