About Us

aboutMany seniors and individuals with disabilities are choosing to remain at home and more and more family members are providing support and services for their loved ones at home. Receiving services and supports in your home or community can make it possible for you to continue to live at home rather than moving to a nursing facility or other type of long term care facility. You may need information about the services and resources that are available such as personal care agencies, adaptive devices and home modifications. You may also need to locate and organize various medical, financial and personal records. Coordination Care, Inc. can help with these daunting tasks and more.

Coordination Care, Inc. will utilize the service planning process to ensure that that the goals, preferences, and needs of each individual are expressed and implemented. Each individual will be assigned an experienced and caring Service Coordinator who will work with the individual and family to develop an Individual Service Plan (ISP). The emphasis will always be on the step-by-step actions to be taken to reach the goal(s) expressed by the individual and/or family.

Service Coordinators play a key role in assuring that individuals actively engage in the identification of their service needs and the development of an Individual Service Plan (ISP). Service Coordinators are the bridge between the individual and other service providers. They will ensure that the individual/family has the information needed to make informed decisions, and that they fully understand all service options available to them.


Coordination Care will:

  1. Facilitate the development of a comprehensive, individualized service plan that will serve as the blueprint in achieving the goals and needs of the individual.
  2. Inform individuals about unpaid, informal, generic, and specialized services and supports that are necessary to address the identified needs of the individual and to achieve the outcomes specified in the ISP.
  3. Assist the individual in gaining access to needed services, community resources, as well as needed medical, social and educational services regardless of the funding source.
  4. Coordinate and monitor the provision of all services and supports.
  5. Track ongoing review of all service providers.
  6. Conduct face-to-face visits with the individual/family, at least annually or more frequently based on changes of a individual’s need and to monitor the individual’s health and welfare.
  7. Respond to and assess emergency situations and incidents and assure that appropriate actions are taken to protect the health and welfare of individuals.
  8. Evaluate progress toward identifiable goals and monitor the individual and/or family satisfaction with all services.

To get started TODAY! Visit our contact page or call us at 724-614-1141.