Eldercareadvocacycovers a broad range of services, such as assistingseniorsto apply for government benefits, such as Medicaid and Social Security disability, reviewing medical bills and insurance claims, and providing support after a hospital stay.
Following a discharge from a hospital, a person might require services from a number of different providers. To most families this can be a confusing and stressful experience. An Elder Advocate can help in coordinating services by arranging consults with home health agencies, non-medical home care agencies, DME or oxygen providers, hospice services, and physician visits.
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