We know the time you have with your loved ones is precious. When their care and well-being are on the line, we believe you should go on the journey with a dedicated care professional in your corner rather than navigating the challenges alone.
WORK WITH A PASSIONATE, EXPERIENCED CARE COACH
Some of the most dedicated, caring, and responsive human beings you’ll ever meet. They have diverse backgrounds in fields like social work, nursing, therapy, insurance, pediatrics, education, and more and work together to get you the resources you need to take good care of your loved ones.
ORGANIZE IMPORTANT CAREGIVING DISCUSSIONS
We know half the stress of caregiving is keeping information straight and communicating it to family. Our discussion-based Care Portal allows you to organize conversations by topics and easily search for them.
SECURELY STORE ESSENTIAL CAREGIVING DOCUMENTS
Financial and legal documents like living wills, POAs, and DNRs are so often needed at a moment’s notice. Store them in our HIPAA-compliant portal so you can access them any time.
COLLABORATE WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Add whoever needs to be involved in the care of your loved ones to your Care Team so they can work with your Care Coach and stay updated about your loved one’s care.
NO QUESTION IS TOO SMALL 🙂
Our Care Coaching team has your back in any caregiving situation—from pediatrics to caring for aging loved ones. They’ll exhaust every care option for you and help chart the path ahead around topics like:
• Understanding diagnoses like ADHD, Alzheimer’s, Anxiety, Autism, Cancer, Down Syndrome, Parkinson’s, etc.
• Finding the right type of doctor or specialist for a loved one
• Understanding how to pay for a loved one’s care
• Filling out important legal caregiving documents (wills, POAs, DNRs, etc.)
• Understanding a loved one’s Medicare, Medicaid, or VA benefits
• Creating plans and discussing options for how to navigate online learning for your child, including sourcing virtual learning options and providing contact information, ratings/reviews, tuition, enrollment process, etc. for those resources.
• Finding appropriate care providers (Skilled Nursing, Behavioral Health Programs, Rehab, Home Health, Hospice, etc.)
• Managing family dynamics related to your loved one’s care
• And much more