The St. Vincent Care Manager Program is dedicated to providing support to patients and families who are uncertain where to turn for necessary services. By evaluating a client’s level of cognitive abilities, along with medical, emotional, financial, legal and spiritual needs, our Care Managers will create an individualized plan of care, allowing patients and families make the best, most informed decisions for care. Acting as advocates for seniors, we assist clients and their families navigate the healthcare system, manage crises and plan for the future. How can a Care Manager help?
Care Managers offer comprehensive assessment and coordination of:
We can reduce your stress by providing:
Who are Care Managers?
Center for Healthy Aging Care Managers are nurses or social workers with extensive education and experience in working with seniors, families, and the complex, evolving healthcare environment.
Why choose St. Vincent Care Management?
A statewide leader in geriatric services with more than 20 years of experience, the Center for Healthy Aging is a compassionate, caring multidisciplinary team. We serve as a valuable resource for individuals and families through our mission to promote graceful aging through physical, spiritual, social and emotional wellness. We help older adults live with dignity as independently as possible, for as long as possible, embracing aging-in-place and family/caregiver support as central to successful aging. The Care Manager program takes this mission to the community, bringing the St. Vincent Spirit of Caring to your home.
As a fee for service program, care managers can provide unbiased, independent individual assessment, develop a comprehensive personalized care plan, and assist clients and families in finding the best available care options for their loved ones.
Care Managers are also available as community resources
How can I make or obtain a referral to work with a Care Manager?
Medical professionals, community agencies and facilities may refer a client to Care Management; families and individuals may also self-refer. For questions or further information, please call the Center for Healthy Aging office at 317-338-7780.