Care Coordination Promotes
Healthy Aging


Understanding what resources are available to best meet your current and future needs or those of your loved one’s can at times be overwhelming.

We’ll advocate on your behalf and work with you so that you can make informed decisions that are right for you and your family.

Here are some of the ways we can help to coordinate your care:

  • Case Management
    Whether you live at home, in a retirement community, or in an assisted living neighborhood, there are many supports to help you maintain your health and independence. Assessments include a full health and living/activity history, a financial/budget analysis and a proposed treatment plan. Services after assessment include ongoing in-home visits and help identifying and addressing potential safety issues.

  • Eldercare Management and Consultation
    A fee for service program, eldercare management supports aging individuals in their desire to continue living in their own homes or other settings with maximum independence and dignity while providing their family and caregivers with peace of mind. Professional care managers provide expert guidance, resources, healthcare advocacy and care planning and coordination.

  • Family Navigator: Substance Abuse Consultation and Referral Service
    A resource for families of individuals with substance use disorders. We ensure that family members have the information, support and resources you need to cope with the stressors and challenges you may experience in response to your loved one’s struggles with the disease.

  • Patient Care Connection Program
    Social workers partner with physicians to improve the health of older adults and care givers by providing resources to overcome challenges that may affect health, well-being and the ability to age safely at home. This free service consults on home health care, meal delivery, transportation, socialization, government benefits, medical and prescription insurance, advance directives, mental health, caregiver education and support, care coordination, housing, and emergency response and medication management devices.

  • Prevention, Intervention, Consultation and Advocacy Services for Victims of Abuse
    Confidential, free services for older adults experiencing abuse and those who suspect an older adult is being abused.

Call 410-500-5328 to speak to an AgeWell Specialist, Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Or email info@agewellbaltimore.org.

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