Aging Life Care™
Aging Life Care™ Managers are here for you to find solutions related to aging. Providing guidance and direction during times of uncertainty you will experience relief and support.
Their guidance leads to decisions and actions to improve lives and reduce stresses and worries (and time off work).
These professionals provide personalized support to aging individuals and their families as they manage the many challenges faced during the aging process.
Aging Life Care™ professionals provide personalized support to aging individuals and their families as they manage the many challenges faced during the aging process. As an outcome, levels of happiness and life satisfaction are increased through:
- Assessment and monitoring
- Planning and problem solving
- Coordinating medical appointment and services
- Facilitating Communications between physicians and families
- Overseeing caregiver support to ensure consistency
- Monitoring overall health care services
- Ensuring appropriate family members are updated on care services
- Improving quality of life through research-driven approaches.
Assessment & Referrals
- Perform life care assessments to identify problems and provide solutions and referrals
- Arrange and oversee home care and support services
- Evaluate long-term residential care choices and assist with moving aging individuals when necessary
- Review medical, legal and adult day care, durable medical equipment, personal emergency response systems, food/grocery, and transportation services
Discharge Planning and Transition to Home
- Meet with facility discharge planners
- Evaluate the home care setting and arrange for necessary support services
- Arrange for medical equipment in the home
- Accompany clients back home from the hospital or rehab facility
- Pick up pharmacy prescriptions
- Prepare home environment for return, such as buying groceries, confirming utilities are turned on, and picking up mail
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Kate Roden is a Certified Professional Gerontologist.
In May 2015, she earned a Master’s Degree in Gerontology, the study of aging, from Bethel University. Kate loves working with people, especially the aging population. Her enthusiasm stems from a deep and dear relationship with her late paternal grandparents.
As a way of filling the void left by their loss, Kate dedicated herself to a career focused on aging paired with her passion for serving others. She enjoys working with Prairie River Home Care because its values, leadership, and caring philosophies align with her own vision. Kate loves life, and many would describe her as a positive ray of sunshine motivated by serving others.