Up to 80% of older adults in the United States have at least one diagnosed chronic disease. When the older adult can no longer manage his or her condition independently, family caregivers and professional care managers can play a critical role in chronic disease management.
Read our full article here to learn how to help your loved one manage their chronic disease.
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- How to Be an Effective Advocate for Your Elderly Loved One
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- Making a Plan for Successful Aging in Your Own Home
- Create Your Plan for Extended Care
Do you need help managing the care of an elderly loved one in Charlottesville, Harrisonburg, or Staunton Virginia or in Kansas City or Overland Park, Kansas?
Contact us at Care is There Geriatric Care Management 800.434.1633 or email@example.com. We offer geriatric care management, support for independent living, assisted living enhancement, Aging Life Care™ services, and peace of mind for long distance caregivers.
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