Care Management

Care Managers Cutting the Costs of Care

Care Managers Cutting the Costs of Care
What will it cost to care for my loved one? It’s probably the most common burning question Northwest families ask when they consult in our office. This is also one of the more difficult... read more
Published on May 5, 2017.

Elder Care: A Family Affair

Elder Care: A Family Affair
When we think of elder care services we tend to assume that the aging adult is the only client receiving services. However, at Sound Options we understand that elder care is really a family... read more
Published on May 1, 2016.

May is Older Americans Month

May is Older Americans Month
The focus of celebration for Older Americans Month is the 2016 theme, “Blaze A Trail”. It is all about how older adults are taking charge of their health and making a positive impact in... read more
Published on May 1, 2016.

Bridging the Distance: Long-Distance Caregiving

Bridging the Distance: Long-Distance Caregiving
In recent generations there has been a diaspora of families. Jobs, education, and loved ones have spread families out across the country and the globe. When our aging loved ones need assistance, it can... read more
Published on August 17, 2015.

Turning to Care When There is No Cure

Turning to Care When There is No Cure
In the healthcare world, so much of the drive of successful outcomes centers on curing. In fact, we’ve come to expect a cure for just about everything, but the reality is that we live... read more
Published on May 11, 2015.

MSWs and Aging America: A Look at Social Workers in Care Management

MSWs and Aging America: A Look at Social Workers in Care Management
March is National Social Work Month and Sound Options is looking at the ways Masters of Social Work are contributing their skills to the world of eldercare through the field of Professional Geriatric Care... read more
Published on March 11, 2015.

Long-Term Care After a TBI

Long-Term Care After a TBI
Coming in at an average of just 3 pounds, the human brain holds some of the most wide-ranging and complex responsibilities in the body. To name a few, it plays a huge role in:  behavior emotion... read more
Published on February 25, 2015.

Talking with Your Doctor: Care Managers Improving the Doctor-Patient Relationship

Talking with Your Doctor: Care Managers Improving the Doctor-Patient Relationship
One of the most important relationships that we have in our lives is often overlooked. Especially for those dealing with a cancer diagnosis or chronic illness, your relationship with doctor can impact your quality... read more
Published on February 6, 2015.

Advocacy After Diagnosis: Care Managers and Cancer Patients

Advocacy After Diagnosis: Care Managers and Cancer Patients
Sitting in the middle of the consult room, the doctor tells you, “It’s cancer.” All the words that follow those two may seem like a blur. What type it is and in what stage,... read more
Published on January 28, 2015.

Caring for Aging Veterans

Caring for Aging Veterans
On this Memorial Day our focus shifts to the freedoms that we enjoy and the men and women we have to thank for their service. We take time to remember with gratitude those who... read more
Published on May 23, 2014.

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