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IOA's community living services assist people with a limited income transition out of nursing homes and care facilities, and get back to living independently. Institute on Aging's community living services are here to help people, acting as intermediaries for those with limited finances. We also help people living with disabilities who might be at risk of institutionalization remain on their own.
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A Pathways Care Manager serves as a resource, guide, and advocate for patients and their families. Care Management professionals can help by: Evaluating the senior's needs and living situation Providing information about local services and support systems and arranging for them Creating a care plan that fits your family Regularly monitoring and problem solving Serving as a liaison between you and service providers
The health education program works to plan and deliver health education, health promotion, and patient improvement programs across the agency. Health education clinic: One-on-one patient education with a health educator. Diabetes education clinic: Specialized one-on-one diabetes education, including assistance with glucometers and insulin use. PHASE (Preventing Heart Attacks and Strokes Everyday):
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