Care Coordination assists older adults (60 years of age and older) who have been hospitalized or suffered a health care crisis recently. The program provides short-term services to help clients to remain independent and at home. The Care Coordinator assesses a person’s needs, then links clients to in-home services on a temporary, short-term basis.
Care Coordination supportive services may include:
- Homemaker services
- Durable medical equipment not provided by Medicare
- Other services to assist in maintaining independence