On Our Team
Rose Law Group pc’s Elder Care team can assist with one of the most difficult experiences in life, taking on the responsibility of caring for an aging loved one, whether it is a parent, friend, relative or spouse. According to the Health and Human Services Department, there will be 72.1 million Americans over the age of 65 by 2030. Caring for your elderly loved one requires an incredible amount of time and energy, as well as knowledge and experience in a vast array of areas including but not limited to healthcare, treatment, rehabilitation services, finance, social work, government benefits, senior living options, and senior companion and care options.
It can be overwhelming, frustrating and even frightening. Rose Law Group pc’s Elder Care Concierge Service is here to alleviate the stress and pressure associated with caring for your loved one, by assisting you in assessing and determining your loved ones needs, developing a plan for proceeding, and managing the many requisite decisions which need to be made regarding housing, care, finances, healthcare and so much more.
Caring for an aging loved one is an incredible undertaking, even in the best of circumstances and while advanced planning can certainly lessen the burden, many individuals fail to properly plan ahead and then find themselves completely unprepared to assume the responsibilities and requirements of care giving. Rose Law Group pc’s Elder Care Concierge Service is an all-inclusive service that seeks to remove the burdens and stresses of care giving, by assessing, addressing, managing, and handling the many needs, decisions, responsibilities and legal hurdles one faces caring for an aging loved one. Our ultimate goal is to remove the worry and stress, provide you with peace of mind and the ability to solely focus on spending quality time with your parent, friend, relative or spouse during those crucial latter years.
Our experts will assist and manage all of the requisite day-to-day matters such as locating and securing appropriate housing and care; managing and coordinating with various professionals, including but not limited to physicians, specialists, nurses and social workers; working closely with financial experts and financial institutions to manage and structure finances; arranging and coordinating with companion services, transportation and personal assistance and so much more. We ensure all of the necessary decisions and responsibilities regarding your loved one’s care, comfort, well-being and security are handled, removing the overwhelming fear and confusion so many feel when caring for their aging loved ones.
We customize our Elder Care Concierge Service to meet your individual and unique needs. Whether assistance is needed in assessing and managing major decisions regarding senior living options, companion care and assistance or simple tasks such as providing personal assistance, handling errands and shopping, cleaning or transportation, our Elder Care Concierge Experts are here to assist and manage all of the requirements associated with caring for your loved ones. There is no task too great or too small; services can be increased at any time. We structure your services so that it adequately meets and exceeds all of your needs and requirements, allowing you and your aging loved one to enjoy a high quality of life during their latter years.
Contact us today to schedule your consultation with one of our Elder Care Experts and allow us to remove the worry, stress and chaos of caring for your elderly parent, friend, relative or spouse.
In no particular order is a listing of the services we provide:
- Assist with preparation and execution of all requisite power of attorney and authorization documents (financial, medical, healthcare, treatment, medical records, organ donation/transplantation, and artificial means of life extension).
- Coordinate with requisite professionals, including but not limited to nurse practitioners, physicians, physician specialists, geriatric mental health professionals, social workers and other industry specialists.
- Research and provide options for ongoing care and living arrangements, including assisted living facilities, graduated care living facilities, various size group homes, specialty group homes, Alzheimer and dementia facilities and group homes, and full scale nursing facilities.
- Coordinate and assist with hospice placement, including arrangements for home care versus hospice facilities and other end of life arrangements.
- Assist and coordinate with financial institutions, banks, financial and tax professionals to ensure proper authorization and documentation is in place and pre-approved, to ensure trusted individuals/family members etc. have the ability to act.
- Coordinate with mobile physician companies and services as needed.
- Coordinate with managers, principals and owners of living facilities to ensure an individual’s needs are being comprehensively met, including assistance with prescriptions, medical equipment, and other daily needs.
- Assist with preparation and execution of necessary estate planning documents to ensure barriers to senior government assistance have been removed and end of life costs planned and prepared for.
- Coordinate and assist with proper planning for healthcare, Medicare and Medicaid.
- Ongoing coordination with geriatric professionals to ensure your loved one is receiving the highest standard of care and enjoying the best possible quality of life.
- Coordinate with living facilities, family and/or the senior to ensure arrangements have been made on a daily, weekly etc. basis for errands, prescription pick up, grocery store, personal hygiene products, and other personal needs are met.
- Coordinate with religious organizations, pastors, priests, rabbis, shamans etc. on behalf of the individual to ensure in-home or out-of-home access to the requested religious services, events etc.
- Address and deal with any issues which arise and require immediate attention, including emergency medical and treatment matters, a fall, decline in health or otherwise.
- In the event an individual’s health declines rapidly or suddenly, coordinate with the appropriate professionals and individuals to ensure the senior is quickly and efficiently relocated to a facility with the appropriate level of care, determinations made as to whether or not such move is permanent etc.
- Coordinate with geriatric rehabilitation services and experts to assist in the improvement of a senior’s physical and/or mental health.
- Coordinate with geriatric professionals to ensure arrangements have been made for mental and physical outlets, including exercise, hobbies and companionship.
- Coordinate and assist with the selection of adult caregivers and adult caregiver services, should additional one on one care and attention be required on a short-term or long-term basis.
- Assist with and coordinate with the appropriate professionals and legal avenues as needed for guardianship and conservatorship services.