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Help With Selection and Moves To or From Home, Assisted Living or Nursing Home

A transition from the traditional home environment is one of the toughest decisions for you and your family to make. It’s overwhelming to even know where to start. The Care Management Team helps you assess all the available options and determine the right type of care facility. There are many different levels of care offered in retirement and residential care communities today and many more options than ever before. Flipping open the Yellow Pages and looking through the list of care providers is simply not the way to make sure that you make the best choice possible.

What is needed is that your loved one’s particular needs (determined through our assessment) be matched with the care team that is in place in the particular building that is best positioned to meet your loved one’s needs. You benefit from our expertise in carefully assessing your needs and knowing the facilities that can provide for them. We also review key aspects such as activities, personal preferences, location that are important to you and help your prioritize. Finances, costs and understanding contracts and expectations play into our discussions so you are fully informed. Not only do we help with all of this, but we can be there for you through the whole process.

Our care managers can coordinate a move including setting up movers, estate sales and real estate professionals, cancelling utilities, changing addresses, and introducing the client to the new environment and smoothing the transition. Our care managers think of all the little details—we can help clients send a note to their friends and family announcing their move and even plan an “open house” for a client to show pride in her new surroundings and make her friends feel comfortable visiting.

The Care Management Team, LLC receives no commission or “kick back” for making a referral to any care provider. We have absolutely no conflict of interest in making referrals to our clients and their families. There are “free” services that operate in Idaho that help families find an assisted living facility or other provider. What these services do not disclose, however, is that they have a limited list of facilities to which they refer. This limited list pays that service (often with one month’s rent) for each client that actually moves in. This create a clear conflict of interest. The Care Management Team’s recommendations are based entirely on the best interests of the clients and their families.