The need for long-term care services is increasing in our community. As our family members age, the need for specialized services becomes a necessity. Case Management is a service provided to address the needs of a caregiver, family and aging parents. It is a comprehensive approach to care, connecting the various branches of healthcare to address the physical, emotional and psychological well-being of your loved one. CCMC specializes in assisting families with long-term care services, including residential placement and individualized service coordination for in-home care or community-based care.
Studies have concluded that when an individual requires long-term care, the individual and the family would prefer to keep the individual at home. “Aging in place” requires knowledge of community resources and services to help keep your loved ones at home. We can help you find or arrange for the care that is needed to remain at home for as long as possible. However, if the care required cannot be provided in the home because a caregiver is not available or not capable of performing the needed care, placement in a residential program or nursing facility may be appropriate options. CCMC can help you decide which service options work best for you and your family. We will assist you with planning and securing the services you need whether care is provided in the home or requires residential placement.
Our services begin with a comprehensive assessment of the medical, behavioral and emotional status of your loved one and a review of the support network. Caregiving takes into account the needs and abilities of the entire family present either in the same home or elsewhere.
- Comprehensive Individual Assessment – Assessment of caregiver and care recipient’s emotional, physical and mental status.
- Care Plan Development – A personalized plan of care developed for the caregiver and care recipient.
- Resource Information and Referral – A variety of support services from which you can choose, based on your preferences.
- Implementation of Care Plan – Guidance with putting your care plan into action, including help with paperwork for the services you select.
- Quality Assurance Visits – Face-to-face visits with reports on the status of loved ones once a month or more to caregivers, including long distance family members.
- Counseling – Counseling to provide support and advice to care recipient and responsible caregiver, as needed, with referrals to private entities for specialized care.
- Application Processing – Assistance with applications and forms.
Contact us if you have any questions about your long-term care service needs.
On Oahu, please contact us at 792-1055 for more information.