Patient Advocacy & Support

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Advocacy For Patients & Families
Our geriatric care managers ask doctors the tough questions and fight for your loved one’s best care. Our foremost responsibility is to advocate in the best interest of your loved one and your family. Advocacy includes regular communication with physicians and primary medical providers who have great influence over your loved one’s quality of life. READ MORE

Ongoing Management & Coordination Of Care
Some patients may only require an assessment, which provides a roadmap for future care. Others may need ongoing care management. Some may choose to use a care manager a few hours a month while others will do so for specific services or more complex issues only. Many caregivers request that care managers coordinate all of the patient’s medical and social needs to alleviate stress.

“Age In Place” Solutions
“Age in place” has become a prominent phrase as baby boomers age and long-term assisted living housing is at a premium. Age in place simply means finding a way for older adults to stay at home rather than moving to a long-term care facility. However, our care managers are well versed in technology, home modification, home care, and durable medical equipment solutions that often offer a viable option to seniors who prefer to age in place.

Schedule & Accompany Patients To Appointments; Accurately Relay Information
Though families living at a distance from their aging loved ones most often use our scheduling service, local caregivers see the same benefit from the presence of an Umbrella care manager at patients’ medical appointments. Our care managers’ medical expertise, professionalism, and overall healthcare acumen tend to result in more thorough and thoughtful answers from medical providers. Our care managers are then able to succinctly convey that information to concerned family members.

Liaison Service For Families At A Distance Or Otherwise Unavailable
Families living at a distance or otherwise unavailable are even more susceptible to communication problems with medical providers and often feel “out of the loop.” Umbrella care managers bridge that gap by communicating with providers, scheduling and accompanying patients to appointments, and relaying information to family members.

Mediate Family Disagreements Regarding Care Options
Caring for aging loved ones creates inordinate stress on family members. Umbrella care managers can provide objective, expert opinions regarding care options, which are often cited as a means to mediate disagreements among family caregivers.

To learn more about our patient advocacy and support services, we invite you to send us a message, give us a call at 845-723-0536, or send an email to

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Areas We Serve

We encourage you to reach out with any questions/concerns you may have regarding senior and/or disabled care.

(Main Office) Hudson Valley (845) 723-0536:
Orange, Rockland, and Westchester Counties

New York City: (646) 930-4677
All boroughs

New Jersey: (973) 318-9337
Bergen County

Long Island: (516) 243-7459
Nassau and Suffolk Counties

Pennsylvania: (484) 506-2766
Pike County