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Professional Elder Care Services, Inc.
History of Organization
Founded in 2013 to provide a comprehensive agency that can provide a broad range of service to help any elderly individual. It was founded to provide seniors and their family with a resource that was not currently available in Western PA.
814-487-6278 - Telephone
814-487-6195 - FAX
Kevin@ProfessionalElderCare.org - President
Armstrong, Cambria, Indiana and Westmoreland Counties
Geriatric Case Management: a holistic, client-centered approach to caring for older adults or disabled persons. Helps families evaluate and select appropriate level of housing; determines the types of home care services that are right for the client; medical management-attending doctor and specialist appointments, facilitating communication between doctors, patient, and family, then helping to develop a plan of care to meet the client needs; Financial: may include reviewing or overseeing bill paying, consulting with accountant or clients Power of Attorney. Develop a financial plan of care that includes financial planning for the future. Also can help with Medical Assistance (Medicaid) applications; Entitlements: providing information on federal, state and local social programs that may be available to the client.Also connecting families with local programs. Safety and Security: monitoring client at home; recommending technologies and durable medical equipment to add safety and security at home. Also observing changes and potential risks of exploitation and abuse.
Guardianships: Also referred to as conservatorship, is a court appointed process, utilized when a person can no longer make or communicate safe or sound decisions about his/her person and/or property or has become susceptible to fraud or undue influence.
Power of Attorneys: As a Power of Attorney, Professional Elder Care Services can make medical and financial decisions for an individual. To become Power of Attorney, the individual must be competent. The Power of Attorney would only be utilized if the individual cannot make a decision, or the decision may be in consultation with Professional Elder Care Services.
Representative Payee: For individuals who cannot manage his or her money. The main responsibilities of a payee are to use the benefits to pay for the current and foreseeable needs of the beneficiary and properly save any benefits not needed to meet current needs.
How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call to schedule a free consultation or for more information