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Although this area is temporarily without a member to assist you we can still help you with any concerns you may have. We can also put you in contact with various elder care services in Northwest South Carolina. Click here to Request Assistance from the South Carolina Care Planning Council.
Our mission is to provide the highest quality of service to our clients and families who are dealing with the complex process of aging. We are a 24 hour, 7 day a week concierge service providing interventions, coordination of services, in-home monitoring of caregivers and planning for long and/or short term care. We serve as a liaison for the family with the healthcare providers during a medical crisis and routine visits. All Seasons Elder Care Management provides education and advocacy for the client and family. Our services are individualized based on the need of the client.
Headed by our Senior Care Consultant, Luke Daniels, we aim to help you through the complex and delicate process of planning for aging. Lucas Advisor provides support in the areas of advocacy, assessment, care management, consultation, counseling, crisis intervention, education, information and referral services as well as placement services.
Services from care managers in South Carolina should be something that every family takes advantage of, but in reality very few families use them. Qualified managers could go a long ways towards helping the family find better and more efficient ways of providing care for a loved one.
The concept is simple. The family hires a professional adviser to act as a guide through the maze of long term care services and providers. The care manager has been there many times. The family is experiencing it usually for the first time.
Hiring a care manager should be no different than hiring an attorney to help with legal problems or a CPA to help with tax problems. Most people don't attempt to solve legal problems on their own. And the use of professional tax advice can be an invaluable investment. The same is true of using an experienced manager.
Unfortunately there are too few care managers and the public is so poorly informed about the services of a care manager, that valuable resources that could be provided go lacking.
The irony of not using a care manager is that most families -- when given the opportunity to use these services -- think they can do it themselves and will not pay the money. Yet the services of a care manager most likely will save them considerably more money than do-it-yourself. The cost of the care manager might be only a fraction of the savings the manager could produce. Care management services can also greatly reduce family and caregiver stress and help eliminate family disputes and disagreements.