Identifying their current path and look towards the future
Where we cover for this: California, Arizona, Nevada & Utah
Who will you work with on the assessment?
-Family members, medical providers, trustees or anyone concerned with helping the patient maximize their abilities and minimizing their disabilities.
What age of patient do you work with?
-Any age from child to elderly
What kind of disability?
-Any kind of catastrophic and/or life changing injury or illness. This includes traumatic brain, spinal cord, orthopedic injuries as well as mental illnesses including Parkinson, Alzheimer’s, Dementia and ALS.
When can a home assessment be performed?
-Anytime the patient needs it. Commonly this can be done when the patient is moving to a new location or is struggling with their needs.
What will the Assessment look at?
-The patient’s situation and needs across all disciplines including medical, attendant care, home modifications, living options, government/community/educational/vocational benefits, specialist services (including attorneys & financial specialists) and budgeting services. The focus is on making sure the patient has their needs met in the short, intermediate and long term.
What happens when the report is completed?
-The report is given to the payer who may do with it as they wish. At the very least this will provide you and the patient with a broad overview of their needs and a plan of action moving forward.
Where can we turn for additional services?
-If you are looking to implement the plan (attach link to case management session) we’d be happy to continue. If not, we can put you in touch with any experts you may need to help the patient achieve their best possible outcome.
What does it normally cost?
-On average an assessment with full report costs between $2000-$3000.
Suite 103, San Diego, CA 92108
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San Diego, CA 92108