Frequently Asked Questions

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    Why do my parent’s need an Advocate?

    An Advocate can be a “bridge” between you and your parent’s as they age and transition to home care services in their home, assisted living facility and/or nursing home. Communication is vital between parents, children and advisors.  An Advocate will listen to all the aforementioned and provide input along with a strategic plan to move forward.

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    Evaluating Home Care options why do we need assistance?

    Due to technology, care at home has evolved greatly. An Advocate can evaluate Home Care Services and introduce them to parents as well as evaluate the appropriate home care agency and the features they have to offer.

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    Why do we need assistance in locating an appropriate assisted living facility for our parents?

    It takes time to evaluate appropriate assisted living facilities from a financial and comfort perspective for parents. An Advocate has the professional background to evaluate and interview assisted living facilities. The Advocate would visit and interview all recommended Assisted living Facilities.

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    How would an Advocate benefit us as adult children?

    The Advocate can assist in communication between adult children and their parents.  Parents “aging” is a new experience for all members of a family. An Advocate can bring experience to listening to all effected by parents entering their senior years.

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    How would an Advocate assist with our Parent’s professional advisors?

    The Advocate would with authorization confirm on a consistent basis that all selected advisors are executing any directives that have been agreed upon.

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    Why do our Parent’s need Medicare and Medical Billing Assessment Services?

    A qualified Representative can evaluate and audit Medicare and Medical Billing statements to confirm that they are accurate before payment is rendered or contest medical charges when appropriate.