Resources

We don’t just give care, we treat everyone like family.

We will match you with the right caregiver so you can get back to doing what you love.

Our caregivers will strive to genuinely make your loved ones feel like family, helping them to rediscover their passion and live the best versions of their life. We work to find the ideal caregiver for their needs, providing caring, compassionate care to your loved ones.

HOW TO PAY?

Guardian Care understands the challenges of working with insurance companies and payment options. We have simplified the process and will work with you every step of the way.

Guardian Care is a provider of the following Medicaid Waiver Programs:
Aged and Disabled (A&D)
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
We also offer private pay options and can accept most forms of insurance.

Creating the Right Care Plan

We know families looking for care have many things to consider and want to make the right decision. Our free, no-obligation Care Consult can help you decide the best senior care option for your family. This can be a great first step to start the planning process.

No matter what you decide, this Care Consultation can give valuable information as you make decisions. 

How Does A Care Consult Work?

When you meet with our Guardian Care Care Manager – here’s what you may experience:

Needs Assessment

The Care Manager will ask many questions to discover what tasks could benefit from additional support, along with what aspects of daily life are going just fine right now.

Review of Activities of Daily Living

Next, the Care Manager will ask questions about common Activities of Daily Living: transfers, bathing, dressing, meal preparation, and even things like errands, light housekeeping, laundry and recreational activities.

Identify Opportunities for Support

Once the Care Manager has assessed the situation, he or she will explore care options the family may benefit from, based on any gaps or deficiencies noted.

Home Safety Check

A tour of the home will help identify any environmental safety concerns, such as trip hazards, lack of grab bars in wet areas, misuse of extension cords or space heaters – or any other safety concerns.

Care Coordination Plan

The Care Manager will then discuss any health concerns, medication management and other issues that should be addressed in a care coordination plan.

Care Consult Recommendations

Finally, the Care Manager will review the results with you and make recommendations. Together, you can discuss the hours and types of care that would best support your family.