A woman in her mid-80s was living alone in a mobile home community, and had a social worker assigned to her. It was with good reason—she’d had two serious falls in the last two years, but even with that and declining health, she was convinced that senior care wasn’t necessary.
Her social worker reached out to Concierge Care Advisors for help convincing her. We developed a plan to move her into a studio unit at an assisted living facility, with caregivers, prepared meals, housekeeping, daily activities, and all the socialization she might want. Plus, we helped her apply for Veteran’s Aid.
At first she was warm to the idea, but then stubbornly clung to her current setup, unrealistic as it was. Concierge Care Advisors helped arranged an intervention, gathering her family and loved ones to create an environment of love and care. Through discussions of facts and feelings, her fears and reservations faded, and today she’s thriving in a wonderful facility within her budget.