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 Care Management

Many people face challenges such as depression, anxiety, substance use issues, and trauma throughout their lives. These are issues that people might not talk about often. People who experience behavioral and mental health issues may avoid seeking help, and their family members and caregivers may not know where to turn.
Foundation's Behavioral & Mental Health  is here to remind you that you are not alone — and to connect you with the support that can help. 


Long-term Impact

Care Management, also known as geriatric care management, offers a holistic approach to care for older adults.

Foundation's Behavioral & Mental Health Managers tap into key knowledge areas to work in concert with each client’s family and advisors to develop a plan that affords a sense of stability, clarity, and peace of mind.

Elements of Care Management

Our Care Managers follow a multi-step process to ensure care is delivered in a manner which supports your loved one’s physical, emotional, and social well-being.

This process includes:

Assessment and Care Planning

A Care Manager conducts a comprehensive assessment to understand your loved one’s physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs.

Accessing and Initiating Services

A Care Manager accesses the appropriate resources, consults with the individual and their family members, and initiates the required services or programs.

Managing and Coordinating Care

A Care Manager oversees the care, supports and coaches the caregivers, and makes scheduled home visits.

They also communicate with responsible parties and advocate for the senior.

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