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Adult Health Education

Stay healthy during your adult and senior years

From diabetes management to cholesterol checks, Erie helps you care for yourself and your loved ones.

Care Management

Helping you manage your condition Erie understands that caring for a loved one often poses many challenges.  Whether it is finding the right in-home care provider, determining if a loved one can remain in their home, dealing with possible exploitation or abuse, Erie’s Care Management Services can help.

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Care Management Services

  • Our in-home care professionals provide advice, guidance, coordination and resources to individuals who need some level of care.

    This level of care can range from an individual residing independently with limited drop-in supports to full 24 hour, medically complex care in a skilled nursing facility.

    Erie’s Care Management Services is especially able to assist in complex and difficult cases in which the individual with an impairment and/or disability is resisting care.

  • Older adults can face many challenges as they age. These challenges can not only be difficult on the individual but also on their loved ones including spouses and children.

    Erie’s Care Management Services can assist an older adults and their families by:

    • Communicating with medical professionals
    • Assessing current level of functioning and making care recommendations
    • Determining the right level of in home care
    • Selecting a private home care provider and negotiating a fair market rate
    • Assisting in getting the right durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs and walkers
    • Researching out of home placements such as assisted living or skilled nursing facilities
    • Monitoring the care of individuals living in an out of home placement
    • Advocating for better care by making personal, quality assurance visits
  • The effects of a serious mental illness can be devastating to the individual and their family.  Families must often deal with trying to help a loved one who does not believe they have a mental illness and won’t accept treatment such as psychotropic medication.

    Erie’s Care Management Services helps in these situations by:

    • Developing trusting relationships with individuals with mental illness
    • Employing techniques to increase psychotropic medication compliance
    • Recommending care plans that will increase independence while ensuring an individual is safe
    • Coordinating all mental health care including by personally attending psychiatry appointments if necessary
    • Assessing an individual for potential harm to self and others and pursuing involuntary hospitalization by completing a petition and certificate
    • Determining if it is necessary to pursue involuntary placement through mental health court
    • Finding the appropriate placement for an individual including group home placements and intermediate care facilities

Population Outreach

Is asthma or diabetes affecting your quality of life? Need advice about your pregnancy? Wish you could feed your children more nutritious meals so that they’ll grow up healthy and strong?

Browse through the services listed below to see how Erie can help you and everyone in your family stay healthy and active from infancy through adulthood.

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Population Outreach Services

  • Our in-home care professionals provide advice, guidance, coordination and resources to individuals who need some level of care.

    This level of care can range from an individual residing independently with limited drop-in supports to full 24 hour, medically complex care in a skilled nursing facility.

    Erie’s Care Management Services is especially able to assist in complex and difficult cases in which the individual with an impairment and/or disability is resisting care.

  • Older adults can face many challenges as they age. These challenges can not only be difficult on the individual but also on their loved ones including spouses and children.

    Erie’s Care Management Services can assist an older adults and their families by:

    • Communicating with medical professionals
    • Assessing current level of functioning and making care recommendations
    • Determining the right level of in home care
    • Selecting a private home care provider and negotiating a fair market rate
    • Assisting in getting the right durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs and walkers
    • Researching out of home placements such as assisted living or skilled nursing facilities
    • Monitoring the care of individuals living in an out of home placement
    • Advocating for better care by making personal, quality assurance visits
  • The effects of a serious mental illness can be devastating to the individual and their family.  Families must often deal with trying to help a loved one who does not believe they have a mental illness and won’t accept treatment such as psychotropic medication.

    Erie’s Care Management Services helps in these situations by:

    • Developing trusting relationships with individuals with mental illness
    • Employing techniques to increase psychotropic medication compliance
    • Recommending care plans that will increase independence while ensuring an individual is safe
    • Coordinating all mental health care including by personally attending psychiatry appointments if necessary
    • Assessing an individual for potential harm to self and others and pursuing involuntary hospitalization by completing a petition and certificate
    • Determining if it is necessary to pursue involuntary placement through mental health court
    • Finding the appropriate placement for an individual including group home placements and intermediate care facilities

Health Education

Helping you manage your condition Erie understands that caring for a loved one often poses many challenges.  Whether it is finding the right in-home care provider, determining if a loved one can remain in their home, dealing with possible exploitation or abuse, Erie’s Care Management Services can help.

health-education

Health Education Services

  • Our in-home care professionals provide advice, guidance, coordination and resources to individuals who need some level of care.

    This level of care can range from an individual residing independently with limited drop-in supports to full 24 hour, medically complex care in a skilled nursing facility.

    Erie’s Care Management Services is especially able to assist in complex and difficult cases in which the individual with an impairment and/or disability is resisting care.

  • Older adults can face many challenges as they age. These challenges can not only be difficult on the individual but also on their loved ones including spouses and children.

    Erie’s Care Management Services can assist an older adults and their families by:

    • Communicating with medical professionals
    • Assessing current level of functioning and making care recommendations
    • Determining the right level of in home care
    • Selecting a private home care provider and negotiating a fair market rate
    • Assisting in getting the right durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs and walkers
    • Researching out of home placements such as assisted living or skilled nursing facilities
    • Monitoring the care of individuals living in an out of home placement
    • Advocating for better care by making personal, quality assurance visits
  • The effects of a serious mental illness can be devastating to the individual and their family.  Families must often deal with trying to help a loved one who does not believe they have a mental illness and won’t accept treatment such as psychotropic medication.

    Erie’s Care Management Services helps in these situations by:

    • Developing trusting relationships with individuals with mental illness
    • Employing techniques to increase psychotropic medication compliance
    • Recommending care plans that will increase independence while ensuring an individual is safe
    • Coordinating all mental health care including by personally attending psychiatry appointments if necessary
    • Assessing an individual for potential harm to self and others and pursuing involuntary hospitalization by completing a petition and certificate
    • Determining if it is necessary to pursue involuntary placement through mental health court
    • Finding the appropriate placement for an individual including group home placements and intermediate care facilities