Our Scope of Services
Services are delivered on an intermittent or continuous basis at the home of the client or the client's place of residence. Care and treatment are delivered according to a professionally coordinated service plan, care plan, or care program that is jointly established by the client, the client's family member(s) or responsible party, the physician/provider when possible, as well as Age In Place Indiana staff member(s). Age In Place Indiana services the following counties: Marion, Hamilton, Hancock, Shelby, Johnson, Morgan, Hendricks, Boone, and Madison.
Age In Place Indiana’s In-Home Care
Homemaking and companionship
Sometimes all that is needed is a little help around the house. Maybe the person you care for no longer drives. Perhaps a spouse has recently passed on, and your relative now needs help with cooking or laundry or other household tasks. Or it could be that your loved one is becoming isolated and simply needs some companionship to get out and start engaging with social activities. We can help !
Perhaps your relative needs assistance with more intimate types of care. We can provide personal care such as:
Goals and benefit of this program
Memory Care at Home
Caring for a person with a memory loss condition, such as Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia, or Parkinson’s, requires special skill and understanding. All of our caregivers are trained to communicate in ways that can be easily understood and preserve the person’s dignity with memory loss. In addition to communication skills, our caregivers know how to:
The program offers
Our program goals
What are elder care management and care navigation?
TRANSITIONAL CARE CONSULTATION is a service that helps family members to find and explore information, recommendations, options, answers, and solutions when a loved one is going from one level of care or place of care to another. A daughter who lives out of state might use transitional care consultation when she needs to know if it is time for her 85 years old mother to move to an assisted living facility or if she wants to know how to find the right doctor or the right service provider for her loved one.
CARE MANAGEMENT is the service that helps the older adult, the family members, and the health care providers to organize, coordinate, and deliver the best quality of care possible under the circumstances at hand.
CARE NAVIGATION is a service that helps family caregivers, older adults, and caregiving professionals know who to call, where to turn to, and what to say at the different points on the care continuum to obtain the needed care to explore the care services available.