Why Would a Conservator Hire a Care Manager?
Why would third parties like conservators or guardians use a care manager and why do you need to know this? First, you need to create a practice that meets the needs of major referral sources like conservators, the term we use in the west or in the east a guardian. Adult children, call you to start services on their own but a conservator calls you directly.
Why would third parties like conservators or guardians use a care manager? A conservator or guardian has the legal choice in hiring a geriatric care manager or ALCA member. But conservators need to know what you will do to benefit them with their clients if they are to work with your agency. This means how will you benefit their practice. On the feeding chain of referrals, conservators or guardians can be one of your most important sources of income for your business. You have to deliver what they need in benefits to make money.
Benefits and Features
Conservators need to know what you will do to benefit them with their clients if they are to work with your agency.Features and benefits are very different. Features often directly address common problems experienced by users. Benefits are the outcomes or results that users will experience by using your product or service – the very reason why a prospective customer becomes an actual customer.
Why would third parties like conservators or guardians use a care manager?Conservators need to know what you will do to benefit them with their clients if they are to work with your agency
A conservator is a legal entity that manages money and the legal guidelines of the conservatorship are often because of undue influence. A geriatric care manager is a health professional who specializes in the physical and mental issues of an older person. So care managers benefit a conservator or guardian by monitoring and arranging the care of psychosocial and health care issues of older conservatees.
Help with Dysfunctional Families
Why would third parties like conservators or guardians use a care manager? Conservators often work with the very dysfunctional families of the conservatee. However many guardians or conservators have financial rather than psychosocial backgrounds. Therefore the benefit of a care manager is they are skilled in interceding with dysfunctional families and can take the conservator off the hot seat. Care managers benefit the conservator by intervening with a difficult family and addressing the client’s needs, symptoms and defenses to protect the conservatee, for the guardian. This is a great benefit to the conservator, who often does not have these skills.
Some other examples of benefits you bring to a conservator
- You can act as a ‘medical information hub,’ attending doctor appointments and providing the conservator with physician notes, current vital signs, medications information, and treatment directions.
- You can assess whether care in a facility is delivered as contracted by the conservator.
- You monitor the physical and mental health issues of an older person and report back to the conservator
- You can staff a conservator’s case with excellent care providers if the conservatee needs caregivers at home or in a higher level of care
How Do you Sell Your Services to a Guardian or Conservator – Benefits
Sell Benefits, not Features &Grow Your$ Bottom Line
When: March 15, 2022
2 PM-3:30 PM PST
A feature is a fact
A benefit tells customers advantages of those facts
YOU WILL LEARN
How to create a winning sales pitch to a third party
The difference between selling features vs benefits
How to sell benefits of your services for each 3rd party
What Benefits make your sale to conservators or guardians wealth managers, elder law attorneys, and concierge physicians to get referrals for new clients
The Benefits that make your sale to upscale Assisted Living, accountants, financial planners, Hospice
Step by Step how to set up meetings with 3rd parties to make the sale