Facts About Care Management
The State certified Care Management Program assesses the living situations of the frail elderly and designs care plans to enable them to remain independent and in their own homes.
To determine the needs of frail elderly clients, link them with appropriate in-home services and then monitor those services over time.
Description of program
NENAAA Care Managers assess all aspects of a client's life, including:
- Activities of daily living
- Social interaction
- Cognitive abilities
- Overall Health
- Home Safety
After completing the assessment interview, a Care Manager will make recommendations about the appropriate community resources to meet any needs. The client makes the final determination about services that may be enlisted. Care Managers then monitor the living situation of their clients and will be available to assist in solving any future problems that may arise.
Fees for Care Management services are based on a sliding scale, set by the Federal Poverty guideline. An individual's income must be more than 150 percent of the poverty guideline before a care management fee is requested. No one is denied service because of an inability to pay.
Any person age 60 or older who resides in the 22-county area. Individuals outside NENAAA boundaries will be referred to the appropriate Area Agency on Aging.
- Phone Number
(800) 672-8368 or (402) 370-3454