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    We provide guidance and support in healthcare and overall wellbeing.

    We maximize our clients' quality of life, dignity, and independence while achieving optimal health.

    Our Aging Life Care Specialists can help, please call (614) 408-9928

    We can help

Ripple Life Care Planning

Guiding you and your loved ones through transitions in life

We provide guidance and support for individuals and families who are overwhelmed or just need some extra support. We maximize our client’s qualify of life, dignity and independence by finding the issues, providing our expertise and pulling in resources to support you and your loved ones.

We can help:

Let us be the eyes and ears of family living at a distance.

Able to be there when you  can’t. We have the skills and experience to help pinpoint problems and the solutions.

Coordinate all aspects of life, from doctor’s appointments to helping determine if there are medication errors.

Crisis management to support those going through a traumatic event that is consuming the family.

Advocate for the best care in all settings including: hospitals, assisted living, long-term care and home.

Coordinate day-to-day needs: groceries, outings, housekeeping, bill pay, and more.

Let our experienced Aging Life Care Specialists help you navigate the complex healthcare system, write a plan of care, and connect you with the right people and companies that will make your life and your loved one’s life easier and manageable. There are too may decisions, too little information, and resources can be hard to find.

Caring for loved ones can be overwhelming. Let us give you peace of mind, help you and your loved ones to ensure your loved ones are getting the BEST care.

Comprehensive assessment

Our Aging Life Care Specialists assess individuals or couples in their current environment. We help identify any areas of concerns and connect the client and family with community resources for maximum support. We provide a holistic plan of care to address all current needs and overall goals.

What’s involved?

After an extensive assessment, we write up a plan of care including community resources and supports and cost of care. We meet back with the client and/or family and go over all recommendations. From that point, you have all the resources, phone numbers, and recommendations at your fingertips with a detailed roadmap on what to do. Our holistic assessment includes the following areas:

Feature Item Health Including diagnoses and status of ongoing medical care.

Feature Item Medication Including side effects and contraindications assessment.

Feature Item Function Mobility issues, level of independence.

Feature Item Cognitive Status Screening tool to assess level of cognitive functioning.

Feature Item Environment Safety Home safety evaluation.

Feature Item Psychosocial Needs Socialization and depression screening.

Feature Item Entitlement Programs Help connect resources to aid in affordability of care.

We discuss the cost of each service so you can make an informed decision. An assessment and plan with an Aging Life Care Specialist can save hours of research, frustration, and many sleepless nights worrying about how to help your family member.

Be proactive! Our Aging Life Care Specialists can also put a plan in place for any situation. Do you want to plan ahead to be able to remain in your home? Having a game plan and an advocate to call for emergencies is important. When family are in disagreement, live at a distance, or an adult just wants a neutral third party involved, let us help you create a plan to ensure your wishes are carried out in any situation or health crisis.

Ongoing Care Management

When older adults and families need support on an ongoing basis, our Aging Life Care Specialist is an advocate who provides oversight, care coordination and support. We are available to our families 24/7 in case of an emergency. We can be there when family lives at a distance, work full time, or when individuals do not have family.

We help with

Feature Item Locate and oversee in-home caregivers

Feature Item Be a liaison with medical professionals

Feature Item Coordinate and attend physician visits and convey results to the family

Feature Item Visit the older adult and monitor the care they are receiving

Feature Item Communicate regularly with out of town or local family members

Feature Item Advocate for services to meet the client’s needs, and educate the older adult and family so informed decisions can be made.

Feature Item Execute the plan of care as outlined in the assessment

Ripple Life Care Planning is here to answer your questions.

(614) 408-9928