Transitional/Palliative care – working with the patients, their families and providers to ensure patients are getting the services they need, non-medical companionship, assistance with setting up outside resources.
Health care resources are defined as all materials, personnel, facilities, funds, and anything else that can be used for providing health care services. Health care has long been a limited resource for which there has been an unlimited demand; everyone needs health care. Health Care needs may vary from:
Finding a doctor. Many health insurance plans require their members to use doctors participating in the plan. If you have health insurance, you’ll want to make sure what your plan requires of you as a member. But for those who have some latitude…we can help you find a doctor for your needs.
Medicaid benefits for mental health services. If you’re eligible for Medicaid, you may be able to access mental health services through Medicaid. States vary, however, in what types of mental health services they provide under Medicaid the link below to find what Medicaid benefits are available in your state.
Rehabilitation. Rehabilitation Information Centers may be available in your area or community. We can help you find the right resources and value match your needs with the right resources, including their products.
Disability. If you want to know about disability, rehabilitation, and promoting independence and employment for individuals with disabilities, we may help you find places that focus on the following:
Home Care and Equipment
Honoring Care Decisions