Are you a Geriatric Care Manager? Would you like to be added to the directory? Find out how…
Caring for an aging parent can be rewarding, worthwhile and unbelievably challenging at the same time. If the physical, mental and/or emotional health of your loved one begins to decline you may become concerned about him/her and wonder what steps to take next. Enter the Geriatric Care Manager…
Geriatric Care Managers are experts in helping families determine what kind of help (if any) an older adult needs and can assist in planning and coordinating that help as well. Most are Social Workers and Nurses by training, but a host of other professionals with relevant experience also enter the field of Geriatric Care Management. Geriatric Care Managers can provide one-time or ongoing assistance and many are specialists in specific areas such as Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. You can begin your search for a Geriatric Care Manager below:
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What does a Geriatric Care Manager do?
It’s hard to say it better than this video:
How do Geriatric Care Managers get paid?
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