Staying Home, Staying Well

A Home Care Planning Guide

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by Joseph A. Jackson, LICSW

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About This Workbook

In Staying Home, Staying Well: A Home Care Planning Guide, Joseph A. Jackson describes the seven basic steps to establishing a successful home care plan. Jackson's model blends care planning and resource planning in a simple, easy-to-follow course of action. Jackson draws on years of experience in arranging and managing home health care to offer consumers, professionals and providers a valuable tool in helping home care clients achieve their most-often stated goals—to remain independent at home and to preserve their life savings.

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About the Author

Joseph A. Jackson, LICSW is author of Health Care Without Medicare: A New Practice Manual for Community-Based Care Management and Staying Home, Staying Well: A Home Care Planning Guide. He is CEO of The HomeCare Planner, a social enterprise company dedicated to enhancing community based care for those in need, and President of ElderCare Advisors, Inc., a care planning and care management company serving western New England and eastern New York. Mr. Jackson lectures nationally on the topics of health care reform, geriatric care management, and developing community-care alternatives for frail elders, the physically disabled and the chronically ill. He is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, a member of the National Association of Social Workers and the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers.

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