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Home care supports people staying at home as long as possible.

Home is where the heart is, and for most older adults, home is where they want to stay. Home care helps people remain at home longer with a professional assessment of needs, trained caregivers, and ongoing support for clients and their families.

Geriatric care managers help families care plan, navigate senior care decisions, and advocate for their clients.

What Is a Geriatric Care Manager?

A geriatric care manager is professionally trained to help families caring for an older loved one. GCMs can help navigate senior care decisions.

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