A Life Care Plan defines, organizes, prioritizes, and mobilizes every aspect of our client's care. This typically includes provisions for care coordination, family education, health care and financial decision-making, care advocacy, crisis intervention, End-of-Life support and other associated services such as:
Arthritis, physical disabilities, and age-related conditions are some of the circumstances that prevent patients from caring for themselves. Covenant Care Management uses reputable, vetted vendors who can assist you with daily tasks like paying bills, errands, housekeeping, home and yard maintenance, pet care, and health aides.
The effects of an illness or recovering at home after surgery or rehabilitation can drastically limit your daily activities. Whether you are recovering from major surgery, an injury, childbirth, or plastic surgery, our care management team can assist you to a stress-free and complete recovery.
Not only can we schedule appointments on your behalf, but we can also additionally arrange client transportation for various things, like medical or other appointments away from the home, for example, for those who are not able to drive themselves.
Covenant Care Management can help explore options for ensuring that you are not alone during these challenges, and
guiding individuals and families during transitional steps in the aging process.
Our experienced and highly trained staff can draw from their medical, legal and personal care experiences to provide the highest quality of care management and patient advocacy to both patients and their families. Our goal is to help individuals and their loved ones live safe, happy and fulfilling lives.
When your regular home health aid is out wouldn't it be wonderful to know you have backup services in an emergency?
Whether you require care for 4 hours or 24 hours--one day a week, or seven days a week, we can help you in arranging this type of care!
We monitor, record, and track of all services for your family member and report to the Client, Guardian or the Power of Attorney to ensure their safety and independence.
This services is often particularly needed for families who are managing care from other states. We can be your boots on the ground!
The intent behind this is to prevent the exploitation of elderly and vulnerable adults in our community. Too often, persons deemed “incapacitated” by the courts can be exploited or abused, or simply neglected and ignored.
Southside Cares Guardianship, consists of court-appointed guardian and conservator services to adults (18 and older) who have been found to be physically, cognitively, and/or mentally incapacitated by the Circuit Court.
Life is full of transition and change. As a Death Doula, we provide a safe and suportive conversation for discussing options, grief and fears of the dying as well as those of the family and friends.
Please join us for our monthly
Death Cafe' by zoom on the 3rd Wednesday of every month.