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Geriatric Care Managers

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Overview of Geriatric Care Managers

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What they do Geriatric care managers -- also known as case managers when employed by a facility instead of hired privately -- are usually social workers, psychologists, nurses, gerontologists, or o READ MORE
http://www.caring.com/articles/caregivers-guide-to-geriatric-care-mana...

Geriatric Care Managers Directory

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Find Geriatric Care Managers by State, Major Cities Geriatric care managers assess needs and identify and coordinate resources for seniors. Geriatric care managers, or GCMs, can take over nearly al READ MORE
http://www.caring.com/local/geriatric-care-managers

National Guardianship Association, Inc

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Find a Professional Guardian This search is designed to help you locate professional guardians in your area who are NGA members. You can search in two different ways! Enter a state and receive a READ MORE
http://www.guardianship.org/

Center for Guardianship Certification

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The Center For Guardianship Certification was created in 1994 as an allied foundation of the National Guardianship Association (NGA) to enhance the quality of guardianship services through national ce READ MORE
http://www.guardianshipcert.org

National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers

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A Geriatric Care Manager is a health and human services specialist who helps families who are caring for older relatives. The Geriatric Care Manager is trained and experienced in any of several fields READ MORE
http://www.caremanager.org/

Geriatric Care Managers of New England

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Welcome to our website! We are the Geriatric Care Managers of New England, a regional chapter of the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers. Since 1986, our purpose has been t READ MORE
http://www.gcmnewengland.org/
Geriatric Care Managers are specialists in assisting older people and their families to plan for and implement ways to allow for the greatest degree of independence, safety and comfort. They meet with families, assess the client's needs, and develop a comprehensive plan with input from caregivers, professionals, and others. They then assist with any appointments, interviews, and other paperwork and make all preparations for needed in-home care or arrange for a transition to a facility. They review all options clearly and discuss them with the family. Once services are set up, they can monitor and coordinate them, and revise the plan if needed.
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