Aging In Place
Are you looking to stay in your home or support a family member living in your home? Aging in place is achievable. Our skilled occupational therapists excel at making your chosen spaces a successful and safe option for individuals and families alike.
Our occupational therapists specialize in virtual and in-person home safety and accessibility assessments. We assist people of all abilities by creating safe home modifications to perform activities of daily living.
A modified home allows families and loved ones to age at home properly. We will customize a home modification plan to match your current abilities and needed supports
to safely age in your home.
Home Safety Assessment consultations include:
A comprehensive evaluation of personal and environmental factors and daily activities
Written plan with intervention recommendations
Facilitation of obtaining or installing the modification
Follow up training in the safe use of the modifications
At First Coast Aging in Place Solutions, we help you to overcome impairments and challenges which keep you from reaching your full functional capacity. Dressing, personal hygiene, and functional mobility are a few functions that are often requested for occupational therapy, but the functions within occupational therapy are expansive and custom to each and every client.
Click here to see a full list of activities that can be addressed with occupational therapy.
Aging Life Care Management
- Assessment and monitoring
- Planning and problem-solving
- Education and Advocacy
- Family caregiver coaching
Benefits of Care Management Services include:
Ability to quickly identify client needs and immediately bring in the best provider of high-quality services – whatever the need.
Provide preventative care management to catch problems before they become acute and require a hospital visit.
Provides an unbiased or outside assessment of how much and the type of support needed at home.
Serves as a local contact for the client if a family is out of town.
Provide interventions to compensate for dementia changes.