Consult an RN Navigator
Finding the right senior care for your loved one can be very confusing and you may have a lot of questions: What is the right care for my loved one? How much does it cost? Does insurance cover long term care? What are my options? Is my loved one ready for residential care?
Companionship or Transportation
Social interaction and engagement with others are important elements for purposeful living and for bringing meaning to every day. When seniors have difficulty getting out of the house, socialization can become a challenge. A Vivia Navigator might suggest some example of solutions:
Long Hours of Compassionate Care
When you need someone by the side of a senior for longer hours or continuous 24/7 care. A Vivia Navigator can help coordinate long hourly services as well as short Vivia visits. Trained Personal Care Assistants (PCAs) can work in your home if, for example, your senior needs:
Short, Frequent Visits with a Vivia Assistant
For an independent senior living at home who may help with just a few things, Vivia is a good option. Here are some typical examples of how Vivia can help.
Vivia’s Consistency Proves Effective with Dementia Client’s Hygiene Health
A senior with poor hygiene health and dementia was stretching family to the limits. Vivia helps gain her trust, improve her hygiene and stay at home for longer saving over $100,000.
Vivia Helps 85 Year Old Get Control Over Diabetes
85 year old living alone was not able to manage his diabetes medications and diet. Vivia Assistant helps to encourage healthier habits and improved health.
Consistent Vivia Visits Enables Senior to Return Home from a Facility
A senior was unhappy in a long term care facility and wanted to return home – Vivia made it possible.
Frequent Vivia Visits Help to Avoid Costly Facility Placement
A 74 year old client was headed to be placed in a long term care facility at a cost of over $8,000 per month. With Vivia’s help, he was able to stay at home with daily medication assistance a fraction of the cost.