FHL Care Management, LLC
 

FHL CARE MANAGEMENT, LLC

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We provide professional personalized care management with the goal of adding value, dignity and hope to the lives of the clients we serve.

SIGNS THAT INDICATE YOUR LOVED ONE NEEDS OUTSIDE HELP

FHL Care Management, LLC

A CARE MANAGER

According to the Aging Life Care Association (ALCA), a Care Manager is a health and human services specialist who assists families who are caring for older relatives.  Membership in ALCA as a Certified Care Manager is open only to qualified individuals with specialized degrees and experience in human services, including social work, psychology, gerontology or nursing, and who hold one of four ALCA-approved certifications.

FHL Care Management is a Professional Care Management practice serving

Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Osceola and Lake Counties in Florida.

CARE MANAGEMENT

Professional Care Management is the process of planning and coordinating the care of the elderly and disabled to improve their quality of life and maintain their independence for as long as possible (ALCA).

WE FOCUS ON CARE BY

Being a resource for families and adult children of aging parents

Identifying community resources, referring to appropriate professionals and reducing the overwhelming responsibilities of providing care

Assisting the client and their families to avoid costly mistakes

Working to design a plan maximizing the client’s independence and well-being


We at FHL Care Management adhere to the highest ethical standards as set forth by the Aging Life Care Association. We follow the guidelines for members and anchor our practice in an ethically sound manner.

STANDARDS AT FHL

Declining health of loved one (weight loss, depression, etc.)

Home maintenance- accumulation of trash or dust - Spoiled or inadequate food in the refrigerator

Stacks of unpaid bills - cannot understand insurance and medical bills

Refuses to go to the doctors or has missed scheduled appointments, frequent ER visits or hospitalizations

Suspicion that loved one lacks ability for medication compliance

Poor hygiene of loved one- showers less frequently, wears unwashed clothes, or neglects their teeth

Driving safety- any new visible dents/scrapes on vehicle

Excessive spending- purchasing unnecessary items or donating to all charity requests

where hope happens

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