Whether you’re the spouse of a senior facing health issues, the child of an aging parent or a family member, you want to enjoy your life together without the stress and worry of care-giving, navigating the healthcare system or managing finances.
Perhaps you have a senior parent, grandparents or elderly relatives in New Mexico, and you live too far away to be actively involved in the day-to-day care and oversight you wish you could provide. How can you be sure your loved ones are cared for… the way you would care for them if you could?
Medical care and insurance. Day-to-day financial management. Legal decisions. Aging at home vs. assisted living. Deterioration of physical and mental capabilities. Transitioning out of a hospital or rehab stay.
The challenges of caring for your aging loved ones living in New Mexico can be overwhelming whether you’re navigating these issues for the first or third time. The Aging Life Care Management team supports you and preserves the dignity, autonomy, and quality of life for you and the senior adults in your life.
The Aging Life Care Management team simplifies the growing complexity of caring for senior loved ones. We simplify care by creating both short and long term care plans with the senior and family. We simplify care through a Team approach, putting a vast array of skills and knowledge at your fingertips such as Care Management, Health Care, Family Dynamics & Mediation and Daily Money Management. We engage with you to simplify a ridiculously complex health care system, ease the stress and tension family members might feel and offer expert services in aging and senior care.
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