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Total Care works with medical professionals providing the full range of coordinated, in home and post opt care solutions for individuals and families in need of assistance. We provide a centralized point of communication between physicians, hospitals, individuals, family members and insurance companies to ensure that individuals in our care receive the medical attention they need as they need it.
We work with physicians and hospitals to provide full service:
- Personalized In Home Post Opt Care
- Medication Monitoring
- Assistance To and From Medical Facilities
- Follow Up Care and Feedback
- Scheduling & Coordination of Visits
- Filing Insurance Claims
- Family Notifications
- 24 Hour Emergency Assistance
We’ve established solid working relationships with physicians and hospitals through out the New York metropolitan area. To learn more about how we can work with you or to request information use the special designated form on the Contact page.
Total Care provides assistance to facility and property managers needing assistance for their tenants when family members are absent or unavailable. We eliminate the stress of locating family members and ensuring that tenants get the personal and or medical assistance they need.
We work with individuals to assess their needs, locate family members, maintain their home, assist with daily activities and get them medical attention when required.
Total Care Solutions works with employers who wish to offer subsidized services to workers. We can help your company by keeping employees on the job and focused on work.
According to a 2006 study from the MetLife Mature Market Institute, nearly 60% of those caring for an elderly or disabled family member are in the workforce, and that number is certain to grow as the average lifespan increases and more workers are caught between needing to care for both children and parents.
Caring for a sick or elderly parent can really take its toll on an individual’s emotional resources and time thus contributing to poor work performance and absenteeism. Taking a parent to the doctor, speaking with social workers and managing insurance claims usually need to be done during work hours. Actual caregiving is typically done before and after work and can quickly lead an individual to suffer from burn out.
As a key recruiting and retention tool, more and more companies are offering benefits to help employees with their personal lives. We work with businesses to provide provide temporary non-medical in home assistance and care coordination services when there’s a breakdown in home care arrangements. We also provide in home care education and resources to employees as part of a corporate wellness program.
Instead of paying fees based on the number of employees, your company may sign up for a set number of hours, making emergency services available to workers as needed.
Who Uses Total Care Services?
- Families around the country
- Employers & HR Professionals
- Banks and Trust Officers
- Physicians and Allied Health Professionals
- Social Service Providers
- Senior Housing Communities
As the 65 and older population grows, more and more individuals will find themselves in a position to care for parent. Including home care resources as a part your corporate wellness program benefits employees and the company as a whole. To learn more about how we can work with your company contact us using the assignated page.