We weren’t meant to do it all alone.
Realizing that your loved one has needs beyond what’s realistic for you to meet on an ongoing basis can be a source of overwhelm and heartache. Asking for help can be even harder, especially when knowing what you actually need feels fuzzy.
Whether circumstances are hindering you from keeping up with your loved one’s care or you are simply longing to be in the relationship without maintaining a caregiver role, Scout’s health advocacy and consulting services exist to help you give your loved one the best quality of life possible.
We’ll help you navigate a new normal, with confidence.
Less stress on you serves the whole family well.
Our services are managed by registered nurses and can include:
√ weekly check-ins
√ well-being monitoring
√ doctor appointment accompaniment
√ managing medication pick up & sorting
√ accessing & decoding medical records
√ referrals of quality services for evolving needs
My wife and I feel very good about our son’s future being in very capable hands. Having made the decision to go with Scout a few years ago is the best decision we have made to secure a safe, stable and secure life for our son when we are no longer able. It is really hard to put into words how good we are feeling about everything, and how much progress has been made. Thank You.
Joseph and Linda
The support you long for is in reach.
HERE’S HOW WE’LL HELP YOU GET IT:
Schedule a free phone consultation.
We’ll listen to the unique needs and challenges you’re facing, explain our services, and answer any questions you may have.
Determine the next step for your family.
Once we’ve gotten to know you a bit, we’ll determine together whether to start with a fitting service or do a more formal assessment to further understand your needs.
Move forward with peace of mind.
With the support of a team who is equipped to help your loved one receive the best possible care and take some of the weight from your shoulders, you can breathe easier.
Savor the moments that matter to you, and leave the worries with us.
You might still be wondering…
What types of things do you do for a typical client?
- Assess level and type of care and care plan needed
- Create quality care plan and make sure it is functioning
- Support and guide with issues around long term care
- Advocate for care and quality in the health care system
- Coordinate key support entities – doctors, therapists, home care
- Arrange for needed services such as legal and financial preparedness
- Placement support into assisted living or skilled care
- Monitor care in a facility
- Medication management support
- Assist families with decision making
- Accompany to appointments
- Provide personal support and encouragement
- Anticipate and prepare for future needs
How do I know if it's time to hire an advocate?
How much do advocacy services cost?
You can view our current fee schedule here. We bill by the hour and the cost of our service greatly depends on your level of need. This can fluctuate day-to-day and depends on many factors including the amount of family support, your current needs, whether or not you are in a crisis, etc.
What if I am unhappy with decisions regarding my loved one's care?
Is health advocacy and consulting the same as home health care?
Health care navigation is management of all health care needs such as managing and attending medical appointments, assisting you in finding the best possible long-term care facility, medication management, or assembling the best possible care team. We do not provide hands-on care.