• Advocacy
  • Assessment
  • Care Management​
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Caregiver Coaching​
  • Education
  • Family Meetings
  • Information
  • Long-Distance Move Management
  • Placement
  • Referrals
  • Travel Coordination and Companionship

How does ALCA help the elderly maintain their independence and reduce the stress of caregiving?

  • Conduct an in-home needs assessment

  • Conduct evaluations to establish a personalized care plan 

  • Identify obstacles to living independently and safely

  • Screen, arrange, and monitor in-home help and durable medical equipment

  • Review financial, legal, and medical issues, and make referrals where necessary

  • Accompany clients to appointments with physicians, attorney, accountants, etc.

  • Arrange transportation for medical appointments, errands and social activities

  • Facilitate communication between physicians and other healthcare providers

  • Provide crisis intervention services

  • Provide support for responsibilities of home ownership and maintenance

  • Assist with bill paying and monitoring potential fraud

  • Coach family and caregivers

  • Provide crisis intervention services and problem solving

  • Provide support for responsibilities of home ownership and maintenance

  • Liaison with long-distance care-givers

  • Arrange home safety evaluations and provide assistance with home modifications

  • Arrange delivery and installation of durable medical equipment

  • Provide an objective critique of residential care facilities

  • Arrange placement in Senior Care Community (retirement living, independent living community, assisted living community, personal care home or skilled nursing facility)

  • Coordination of downsizing or move to Senior Housing Community (local or long-distance)

  • Ongoing, onsite monitoring of care communities and quality of care

  • Fly-along or driving companionship for relocations to or from Atlanta