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We are a team of gifted and experienced RN Care Managers who assist seniors through complex planning and decision making processes. We bring real and practical solutions to seniors with issues related to aging as well as illness, injury or declining health.
We care about you and our goal is to advocate and support you and your family. We work with you and at a pace you are comfortable with as we coordinate appropriate healthcare services in a timely and cost effective manner. Our services are personalized to meet your specific needs, while being flexible to ongoing changes. We love what we do because we help seniors improve the health and quality of their lives every day.
Our great passion is helping you receive the support and guidance you need in challenging times. Our experience and expertise assisting those with dementia has proven to be life-changing as we provide real solutions that can greatly improve wellness outcomes.
At Premier Care Management of Georgia we deliver a high-value, evidence-based, employee assistance program to your company and valued employees. We partner with your organization to maximize the wellbeing and productivity of your employees and workplace.
Geriatric care management (also known as "elder care management", "senior health care management" and "professional care management") is the process of planning and coordinating care of the elderly and others with physical and/or mental impairments to meet their long term care needs, improve their quality of life, and maintain their independence for as long as possible. It entails working with persons of old age and their families in managing, rendering and referring various types of health and social care services. Geriatric care managers accomplish this by combining a working knowledge of health and psychology, human development, family dynamics, public and private resources and funding sources, while advocating for their clients throughout the continuum of care. For example, they may assist families of older adults and others with chronic needs such as those suffering from Alzheimer's disease or other dementia. Source: Aging Life Care Association