National Guardianship Association
that your loved one is cared for like family is invaluable. It brings a
peace of mind unlike any other. With over 18 years of experience caring
for elderly and individuals with special needs, we know the stress and
hardship poor or disinterested care can cause. Paladin Guardians, LLC
is your advocate, ensuring your loved ones dignity and care is
maintained at the highest levels possible.|
GUARDIANSHIP OF THE PERSON AND ESTATE
A Court apointed Guardian can have the following responsibilities:
Monitor client’s quality of life * Consent to and monitor
medical treatment * Consent and monitor non-medical
services ie: education, nutrition, appointments, counseling *
Consent and release of confidential information *
Make end-of-life decisions * Act as representative payee
* Maximize independence in least restrictive environment
Marshall and protect assets * Obtain appraisals of property * Protect
property and assets from loss * Receive income for the estate ie;
rental and investments * Make appropriate disbursements * Obtain court
approval prior to selling any asset * Report to the court about the guardianship status at least annually
POWER OF ATTORNEY
When you need someone to rely on day to day, a Power of Attorney (POA) is critical.
As POA, we provide many services:
assistance in decision making * Manage medical treatment
and non-medical services * Handle financial affairs and
other legal matters * Sell or disperse property *
Source care funding from the VA and Medical Assistance programs *
Interact with family members * Help you maintain the
highest quality of life possible.
WHAT DO CARE MANAGERS DO?
A Care Manager helps you care for your loved one. We help you
coordinate and will assist with health care or other services as you
need it. A Care Manager can:
Arrange and monitor services in the home or alternative living facility
* Monitor a loved one while you are traveling *
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Relocation & Transition * Emergency
Services * Assist completing government or healthcare paperwork *
Sourcing funding from the VA and Medical Assisitance *
Provide on-going communication with families living local or
at a distance * Family Education and Support * Assist with
Financial issues or tasks
Our consultations are unique to each individual to ensure that every
person involved in the process has their needs met. Having a Care
Manager by your side can greatly reduce stress and help mitigate family
disputes and disagreements. We often save clients more than our fees.
CARE PLAN DEVELOPMENT
A care plan includes the results of the assessment, recommendations,
and referrals. The Care Manager will explain the details of the plan,
what led to the recommendations and what you can expect. They will then
help you prioritize your concerns.
Services will be tailored and implemented as identified in the care plan with family approval.
ONGOING CARE MANAGEMENT
Once services and arrangements are implemented, regular monitoring and
reevaluation is maintained. As the client conditions changes, the Care
Plan is assested and changes discussed with the family.