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Our Care Plan

Our care plan is based on individual need assessment, actions, and responsibilities. Our objective is to manage our client’s needs, consider all risks, and have contingency plans to meet all actual events. 

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Delivery Of Services

All services offered will be on needs bases only, and will be performed by skilled and trained professionals.  Family members can rest assured that caregivers and health professionals know what to do on a daily basis and also in the event of a crisis.

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Senior care consultancy services 

  1. Needs assessment:  To assess the senior’s physical, emotional, and social needs to identify the level of care required.

  2. Care planning: Based on the needs assessment, senior care consultants develop a comprehensive care plan that outlines recommended services and resources to meet the senior’s needs.

  3. Care coordination:  Coordination of care services and help families find the right providers to meet their loved one’s needs. They may also help families navigate insurance and other financial considerations.

  4. Advocacy: Senior We advocate on behalf of seniors and their families to ensure they receive the care and support they need.

  5. Education and support: VCA provides education and support to seniors and their families to help them make informed decisions about their care.

Senior care consultancy services can help seniors and their families make the best possible decisions about their care and improve their quality of life.

Long-term Care

Long-term care services help people live as independently and safely as possible when they can no longer perform everyday activities on their own.

It involves a variety of services designed to meet a person’s health or personal care needs during a short or long period of time. These services help people live as independently and safely as possible when they can no longer perform everyday activities on their own.

Long-term care is provided in different places by different caregivers, depending on a person’s needs. Most long-term care is provided at home by unpaid family members, and friends and can be very burdensome if the person is not trained especially when it comes to administering medications.  It can also be given in a facility or privately within your home, nursing home, or community, for example, in an adult day care center.

The most common type of long-term care is personal care—help with everyday activities, also called “activities of daily living.” These activities include bathing, dressing, grooming, using the toilet, eating, and moving around—for example, getting out of bed and into a chair.

People often need long-term care when they have a serious, ongoing health condition or disability. The need for long-term care can arise suddenly, such as after a heart attack or stroke. However, most often, it develops gradually, as people get older and frailer or as an illness or disability gets worse.