Elder & Child Care


New! Eldercare Series

Learning how to navigate the maze of eldercare needs for family members and friends can be challenging. Topics such as insurance, dementia, communication strategies, and others can be challenging to deal with and it is usually best to learn more from professional eldercare experts.  This new 8-week series, offered by Eldercare Professionals of Ohio, LLC, will focus on important information faculty and staff may need when eldercare is necessary.

1. Successfully Navigating the Eldercare Maze (Listen to a partial recording.)

2. Planning Ahead to Protect Against LTC Costs (Listen to the first part of the presentation.(Listen to the Q & A.)

3. Advance Directives (Listen to the recording.)

4. Bridging the Communication Gap Between Aging Adults and Their Families (Listen to the recording.)

5. Helping Aging Loved Ones Manage Their Affairs (Listen to the recording.)

6. Differentiating Dementias:  What is the Difference Between Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease (Listen to the recording.)

7. Medicare 101 (Listen to the recording.)

8. Long Term Care Insurance (Listen to the recording.)

Eldercare

Tuesdays, March 29 - May 17, 2022

12 -1 pm offered via Zoom


Eldercare Consultation

As family members age, you may feel overwhelmed trying to balance your needs with the needs of your aging relatives. The elder care counselors can help you recognize when an older relative needs help, care for older relatives from a distance, talk to parents who may resist help, understand and locate housing options.

A comprehensive assessment of your elder care needs and concerns will be completed.

Referrals to community and nationwide services include:

  • Residential options
  • Home care
  • Geriatric assessments
  • Adult day care
  • Support groups 
  • Rehabilitative services
  • Hospice care
  • Legal issues
  • Alzheimer's care

Learn more about Impact Solutions to get started with an Eldercare consultation.


Child Care Consultation

Whether you are an expectant parent or have children well into their teens, you will receive personalized consultation and assistance in locating childcare services with the help of a childcare specialist.

By accessing a database of child care provider resources and links to several community resources in and around your area, the child care specialist provides referrals for youngsters ranging from infants to teens.

The childcare specialist can offer information on how to evaluate the quality of childcare programs or providers, consultation and education on child development and parenting issues, written information and practical tools such as booklets, checklists and guides.

Referrals to community and nationwide services include:

  • Day care centers
  • Family day care home providers
  • In-home providers
  • Before/after school and preschool programs 
  • Summer programs
  • Emergency/temporary/mildly sick care programs

Learn more about Impact Solutions, to get started with a Child Care consultation.