Creative Case Management, or CCM, has 20 years of experiences as geriatric care managers.The role of a professional care manager is to assist families and their loved one in need with a broad array of care issues. They help manage care-giving and provide resources in health care, finance, legal, and needs for living. Care managers lead your family in providing a safe, happy, and healthy environment for your loved one with special needs. They consider themselves to be in the role of a family member, local to the loved one in need, and with the education and resources to make the most of that individual’s special needs. Whether your parent wants to stay in their home, or enter a community of elders, care managers can help. Their nurses and certified geriatric care managers will review medical records, and coordinate all health care providers and needs. This often means checking for contraindications when no one else is. Creative Case Management is your loved one’s advocate.
Creative Case Management Founder Charlotte Bishop is certified with the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers. She gives talks, does radio interviews, and writes one of the best blogs in the industry on care management. It is an excellent resource for objective, expert advice for adult children with aging parents. It covers topics such as dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease, medication management, Medicaid and other relevant legislation, and aging in place. You can find her on the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers website, as well as on her own care manager website. You will find that her team also helps families of people of all ages with special needs, and has an industry line of business. If your organization needs case management for worker’s compensation, her team has rave reviews from current and past clients.
CCM’s team spans Chicagoland, as well as the west suburbs and central Illinois. The family of the individual in need does not need to live in IL. In fact, Creative Case Management is very experienced in helping families whose loved one lives in Illinois, but they themselves do not.