Family Caregivers Need Peace of Mind

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Family caregivers responsible for frail elderly and disabled adults carry many burdens: they may be the only family close by or they may need to travel distances to help; other responsibilities directly compete for their time, energy and emotions; they may have had a difficult relationship in the past or the problems of their relative may be complex and hard to manage.

This is why family caregivers engage the help of Aging Life Care™ Managers, social workers and nurses who provide a range of services from comprehensive assessments to arranging needed services and navigating through the healthcare maze.

The goal of Aging Life Care Management is to prevent, reduce or manage crises, maximize client safety and independence, facilitate and manage residential transition, and mediate family and other conflicts.

A recent study by Webster University in conjunction with the Florida Chapter of the Aging Life Care Association found that the most highly valued – by 93% — of the assistance provided by Aging Life Care Managers was providing peace of mind to the family.

If you, or anyone you know, is experiencing a burden in their care for an aging relative, please call Stowell Associates for a consultation with one of our experts in senior care in Waukesha, WI: 414 963-2600, or visit our website at stowellassociates.com.

Finding peace of mind is only a phone call away with one of our experts in senior care in Waukesha, WI.

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