For more information or to schedule a Cornerstone LifeCare Personal Assessment contact Mary directly or use the Contact Us page of this website to share your request.
The Steps in a Personal Assessment
Cornerstone LifeCare Clients
Our clients come from all walks of life. They may have several people involved in their care plan including adult children, family members, and friends. We can take the burden off these supporters. Cornerstone LifeCare specializes in serving out-of-town family members who assume responsibility for their relatives’ care.
The Initial Meeting
A Cornerstone LifeCare Consultant will meet with the client and supporters to gather information on their health, living environment, general financial situation, and current medical providers. Evaluated items include physical capabilities such as mobility and ability to function in the home, living environment safety and accessibility, and overall personal requirements.
The Recommendations and Report
Following the initial meeting, the Cornerstone LifeCare Consultant will use their breath of experience to process the information. A report is written with specific recommendations including immediate action steps, such as a medical examination or more in-depth living environment review.
Aging in Place Versus Senior Living Communities
Along with the written report the Consultant will discuss specific recommendations with the client and supporters. At Cornerstone LifeCare we have high quality, vetted service providers called Partners. A special benefit is the opportunity for personal introductions to these Partners. Living Environment recommendations may include Aging in Place Remodeling (often utilizing Universal Design Principles) and Senior Living Community Options such as Independent Living, Assisted Living or Memory Care. Personal Services recommendations guidance often involve areas such as home health, legal, financial, and medical needs.
Mary’s Background & Experience
Mary began her career with a long-term residential rehabilitation institution for post acute traumatic brain injuries. For the past ten years, as owner of a Home Health Agency, she has developed, supervised, and updated, care plans for clients with Alzheimer’s and other complex medical challenges. Mary works closely with clients and families as a case manager to identify all clients’ needs, develop a comprehensive care plan, and to put that plan into action.
Mary’s Focus & Expertise
In addition to the initial Personal Assessment and subsequent recommendations, Mary is available for ongoing Care Management including:
◙ Accompaniment to Appointments
◙ 24/7 Emergency Services
◙ Facilitating Family Communications During Hospitalization Assuring that Concerns are Being Promptly Addressed
◙ Support During Hospital Discharge
◙ Oversight and Supervision of In-Home Care Staff and Service providers
◙ Crisis Intervention
◙ Aging in Place Remodeling Oversight
◙ Assistance in Choosing and Relocating to Different Living Environments
◙ Member of Our Speakers’ Bureau for Area Educational Engagements
◙ Health and Wellness Coaching
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