HVCC can assist in determining the types of agency services that are appropriate for the client and assist with engaging those services. We can also assist with coordinating current in home care service providers and monitor services.
HVCC can attend professional and health care provider appointments to ensure a continuum of care for your loved one. We will facilitate communication between providers, the client, and the support team. HVCC can also arrange for durable medical equipment, safety inspections or home modifications.
HVCC will navigate insurance application, provide tracking and follow-up of claims, and address concerns over all types of insurance including health, life, long-term care, Veteran’s and Medicare.
HVCC can act as concierge to arrange for community services for the client including transportation, support groups, cultural activities, housekeeping, purchase of supplies, nutrition, simple home repairs and more.
Having worked in the healthcare field for nearly two decades, I have experienced many circumstances where the need to provide services and resources has been required. Care can come in many forms. The solution my company can provide is to assist with reducing stress for you and your loved one by bringing together a team of resources to create a care plan to meet your customized needs. In this global society we may live many miles from our loved ones, and having someone nearby to coordinate care can be very reassuring. The time to engage is a personal family decision, and I am happy to discuss what may be the right time for yours.
Without you, the care of your loved one will be left to others that don’t have an emotional invested interest. So it is imperative for you to take care of yourself!
A substantial body of research shows that family members who provide care to individuals with chronic or disabling conditions are themselves at risk. Emotional, mental, and physical health problems arise from complex caregiving situations and the strains of caring for frail or disabled relatives.
We do the legwork, so you and your family members can enjoy time with your loved one instead of worrying about what tasks need to be done, and how to meet those needs.