In Home Assessment: a detailed in-home assessment to identify the health, personal, cognitive, psychological, financial and social support needs of the person.
Conservatorship: a judicial procedure in which the conservator is appointed to mange the person’s financial and/or personal affairs.
Counseling: Professional intervention during which a clinical provider assists and guides on issues of depression, anxiety, stress, relationship and family problems.
Case Management: Assistance in obtaining and coordinating personal and health services including residential care options, transportation, medical follow up, counseling, etc.
Consultation: In-office or telephone consultation. A one or two times conference with family members, attorneys or other key decision makers to help think through available options and resources that will meet the client or conservatee’s needs.