Dna Serenity Care
Care Management in Orlando, Florida
Care management is a client-centered approach to caring for those facing ongoing health challenges. Working with other health professionals and family, a care manager assists individuals with all aspects of their lives, including their medical, social, emotional, familial, fiduciary, and spiritual well-being.
What is Care Management Service?
Our care manager has extensive skills and knowledge in the healthcare field that allow us to perform a comprehensive evaluation for each client. We assist the client and their family through health crises while providing oversight in the medical and personal care you need. A care plan tailored for each individual’s circumstances is prepared after the comprehensive evaluation.
While a majority of care management is focused on elderly individuals, we are also well-versed in assisting clients of any age with physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, autism, brain injuries, mental health problems, chronic and serious illnesses, and families in crisis.
Working as a care manager involves successfully being able to:
- Meet with patients to assess their needs
- Create and update patient care plans
- Communicate with patients’ families and caretakers
- Maintain and update patients’ health records
- Connect patients with the health care professionals and services they need
- Perform managerial duties such as streamlining processes and creating budgets
about treatment plans
Areas of Expertise:
- Assisting with the monitoring of medications
- Assisting families in positive decision-making
- Finding appropriate solutions to avoid a crisis
- Coordinating the efforts of key support systems
- Overseeing and directing care provided in the home
- Taking steps to establish a care plan and keeping it current
- Advocating for the care recipient and their family caregiver
- Coordinating medical appointments and medical information
- Managing the care of a loved one on behalf of out of town clients
- Developing long-term plans for individuals not currently needing care
- Ensuring care is received in a safe and disability-friendly environment
- Resolving family conflicts and other family issues related to long-term care
- Conducting ongoing assessments to monitor and implement changes in care
- Providing assistance with placement in assisted living facilities, adult family homes, or nursing homes