Our Services

Care Management and Family Caregiving Support

Need to simplify and reduce stress in your role as a family caregiver? Tucked In Eldercare provides care management services to help families across New England and their loved ones plan for and/or manage their needs at home - or at assisted living or senior living community. 

 

When you bring in the TUCKed In Eldercare team, you get experience and perspectives that cross disciplines. We We collaborate to solve problems. We do what it takes – from assembling a hospital bed to coordinating ADA-compliant travel and lodging that allows a client to attend a family reunion. 

 

We can help you vet and choose the right independent or assisted senior living community. We advise and coordinate resources to meet your family’s multigenerational living, financial and legal planning needs.

 

Need assistance outside New England? We’ll connect you to experts in that state or region.

The TUCKed In Eldercare team supports elders and their families in any of these areas:
  • Health and Disability. From physical problems to mental health and dementia-related problems, our experts help determine the type of services that are right for each client. We facilitate communication between the doctor, client and family. We help you engage, coordinate and monitor these services.

  • Financial. We review and oversee bill paying for the senior. We will consult with a client’s accountant or Power of Attorney. We provide information on federal and state entitlements, connecting families to programs when appropriate. We help clients by providing long-term care insurance policy reviews, and services that may be covered under an individual policy.

  • Housing. We help families and clients evaluate and select appropriate level of housing or residential options. This may include an aging in place assessment and recommendations.

  • Family Problem-Solving. We help families adjust, cope and problem-solve around long-distance and in-home caregiving, addressing care concerns, internal conflicts and differences of opinion about long-term care planning.

  • Local Resources. We can assist in accessing local resources in our communities by connecting with our professional networks.

  • Advocacy. We are strong and effective advocates for clients and their families. We promote the client’s wishes with health care, outside providers, and hospital discharge managers. We ensure that our clients’ needs are being addressed and met.

  • Legal. We refer to legal experts such as elder law attorneys, estate planners and financial planners who can provide expert opinion for courts in determining advance directives, levels of care and establishing client needs.

  • Crisis Intervention. We offer crisis intervention when it is needed. We help clients navigate through emergency departments, hospitalizations and rehabilitation stays to ensure that adequate care is available to the client. For families that live at a distance, we can serve as an emergency contact