Chronic Care Coordination Programs
What is a Chronic Care Coordination Program?
Chronic Care coordination programs are a collection of services and support systems to help older adults with their diverse and changing needs.
Care Coordination programs can help in accessing services such as:
- Mental health services
- Community assistance
- Vocational training
- Transportation assistance
- Legal services
- Recreational services
The goal of care coordination is to help older adults live as independently as possible for as long as possible.
Why Choose Care Management?
Regardless of the level of care required, it can be very challenging to be a caregiver for a loved one. Caregivers who are balancing their own needs, and personal and work responsibilities, may feel inadequately trained to find and coordinate supports for their loved one.
Care managers are well versed in the management and coordination of services and knowledgeable about the supports available.
UPMC Senior Services Chronic Care Coordination Programs
UPMC Staying-At-Home Program
The UPMC Staying-At-Home program is a client-centered care coordination program offered to aging or chronically ill clients living in their own homes. The program uses a proactive, preventive approach to chronic care management, for optimal care for all clients, regardless of health or disability.
Learn more about the UPMC Staying-At-Home Program.
UPMC Living-at-Home Program
For those who meet specific income and clinical criteria, UPMC offers geriatric care coordination through a program called Living-At-Home, a community benefit program that helps clients age 70 and older who live in select communities to remain in their homes as long as possible.
Learn more about the UPMC Living-At-Home Program.