Northeast Care Management and Consultants, LLC., provides a range of ancillary services that support and complement an individual's plan of care to promote quality of life.
Our goal is to offer the most comprehensive services to families to meet all their needs.
We can also provide organizations that are in need of interim leadership to support their growth and current short term needs.
Therapeutic Dietary Assessment
Nutrition is a key component for a healthy lifestyle but yet requirements differ in older adults due to the physiological changes as people age. Many seniors and adults with complex medical issues have dietary restrictions from low-sodium, low-sugar, to diabetic diets. Maintaining a proper diet helps to lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, promote more energy, and cognitive health to name just a few of the advantages.
Our Registered Dietician will meet with you and will collaborate with the team to fully learn your medical history and other facets of your life to assess. She will then make recommendations to develop a healthy and customized menu that ensures proper nutrition is being met.
Based on your needs we can also shop for your loved one, provide recommendations for personal chefs or delivered meals catered around your specific needs.
Recreational Therapy and Activity Programming is a supportive approach that utilizes recreation and other activity-based interventions designed to meet the needs of older adults and those with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias (ADRD).
This adjunct service to care management is a holistic program that promotes the six dimensions of wellness: Intellectual, Physical, Emotional, Occupational, Social and Spiritual pursuits.
A qualified staff member will work to provide a specific program designed to meet your loved one's own interests and will work with community resources to offer the widest range of options available for your loved one.
In order to stay as independent as possible, we can provide a vast array of services to help support your loved ones:
Safety evaluations to identify obstacles and provide solutions to living independently
Arrange, and monitor in-home help
Accompany clients to appointments
Arrange transportation for appointments, errands and social activities
Provide referrals for home maintenance
Assist with bill paying, shopping, de-cluttering
Coach and educate family and caregivers
Arrange delivery and installation of durable medical equipment
Provide an objective critique of residential care facilities
Arrange placement in Senior Care Community (retirement living, independent living community, assisted living community, personal care home or skilled nursing facility)
Coordination of downsizing or move to Senior Housing Community
Onsite monitoring of care communities, attend care/service plan meetings and monitor compliance and quality
Advocacy & Crisis Support
Memory Care Consultations and Education
Home Safety and Preserving Independence
Provide Caregiver Stress Relief Options and Education
Transitions and Residential Options