Meeting The Full Range Of Your Needs

It can be difficult to care for a loved one who suffers from dementia or other debilitating consequences of the aging process. If you are trying to provide care remotely, the difficulties multiply.

At the Center for Elder Law & Estate Planning, our attorneys have extensive experience helping families locate — and provide the financial structure to afford — geriatric care managers for aging loved ones.

We provide guidance regarding qualified geriatric care management services to meet the emotional, physical, social and health care needs of elderly individuals with catastrophic, chronic or complex illnesses.

Our lawyers assist clients with issues pertaining to Medicare and MassHealth, estate planning, trusts, powers of attorney and any other necessary services to protect and ensure your loved one's well-being.

The Geriatric Care Planning Process

Contact us and we will guide you through the crucial steps of establishing geriatric care management, including:

A free, professional consultation. At your convenience, a geriatric care manager will discuss your health situation, review care options and outline solutions.

Assessment and care planning. Your care manager will assess issues, provide an in-depth interview and create an action plan that accounts for your financial resources, including insurance coverage.

Coordination and implementation of health care services. Your care manager can hire at-home help, handle insurance matters or find a local service provider — such as an alternative living facility — to meet your health care needs.

Ask Us Your Questions

If you have any questions related to caring for a loved one or paying for that care, we can provide useful answers to preserve your assets and home.

For a free consultation with a geriatric care lawyer, call us at 888-784-0864 or contact us online. We serve Weymouth, Greater Boston and eastern Massachusetts.