The Professional Care Management & Advocacy Group Based in Gainesville, FL

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The Professional Care Management & Advocacy Group

The Professional Care Management & Advocacy Group is led and operated by healthcare professionals who possess comprehensive knowledge of healthcare management. Our teams adeptly navigate various channels to ensure that you receive the attention and care you rightfully deserve.


The Professional Care Management & Advocacy Group

At The Professional Care Management & Advocacy Group, we are dedicated to offering vital assistance to individuals, families, and professionals nationwide. We specialize in helping people navigate life's complexities, with a focus on life care management. This includes providing support in areas like healthcare and legal issues. Moreover, we provide advocacy services to ensure individuals have access to the necessary support and resources. If you require assistance with healthcare processes or legal concerns, The Professional Care Management & Advocacy Group is here to help. Our care managers empower their clients and help them overcome life's obstacles with expert guidance.


The Professional Care Management & Advocacy Group

The Professional Care Management & Advocacy Group provides a wide range of services for older adults and their families, offering peace of mind. Our committed team handles all care aspects, covering everything from housekeeping and bill management to scheduling doctor's appointments and navigating healthcare. We also offer legal nurse consulting and help with healthcare-related legal issues. Families can rest easy, knowing their loved ones' needs are being expertly cared for, allowing them to focus on their well-being.

Power of Attorney & Health Care Surrogate

Durable Power of Attorney:

  • A durable Power of Attorney (POA) grants your agent authority even if you become incapacitated (e.g., in a coma). It is commonly used for estate planning, ensuring that decisions can be made on your behalf when you cannot do so independently.

  • Under Florida Law, a power of attorney is considered durable if it includes specific language indicating that it remains valid despite the principal's subsequent incapacity.

General Power of Attorney / Financial Power of Attorney:

  • A general POA (or financial POA) empowers your agent to handle financial and business matters. This includes tasks such as bill payments, bank transactions, and tax filings.

  • Note that a financial POA does not grant decision-making authority for healthcare matters. A separate medical (or durable) power of attorney is needed for medical decisions. However, your financial agent may approve and pay for medical expenses as part of their financial responsibilities.

Limited Power of Attorney:

  • A limited POA restricts your agent's authority to specific scenarios or tasks. For instance, if you own real estate in another city, you can grant your agent limited powers to manage or sell that property.

  • The scope of authority is defined by the specific situation or task outlined in the POA.

Remember to choose the type of POA that best aligns with your needs and circumstances. Each type serves a distinct purpose and provides unique powers to your designated agent.

Care Management & Advocate

Assessment and Care Planning:

  • A care manager conducts thorough assessments of the family or client's needs during personalized meetings to develop a comprehensive care plan.
  • The care plan addresses various aspects, including personal care management, housekeeping, healthcare coordination, medication management, shopping, healthcare alerts, and assistive devices.

Physician Appointment Accompaniment:

  • Care managers accompany clients to all physician appointments.
  • They provide a written account of what was discussed during the appointment.

Supervision and Oversight:

  • Overseeing caregivers, housekeepers, and maintenance workers ensures that tasks are carried out to the highest standards.

Advocacy and Communication:

  • Care managers act as a conduit between clients and their families, advocating for the client’s best interests.

Care Options Guidance:

  • Care managers provide information on care options, including home health, assisted living, skilled nursing, and memory care facilities.

Fiduciary Services:

  • Fiduciary tasks include bank account oversight, payment of household bills, and managing costs for services like caregivers or housekeepers.

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Our team at The Professional Care Management & Advocacy Group ensures your loved ones live their best lives, regardless of where they call home. Contact us today to ensure those closest to you are living the best life possible!