Do You Need Concierge Clients?
Well, Heeled Seniors are a group you should know about Geriatric care managers and home care agencies need inquiries about services from adult children of concierge seniors. But some Concierge seniors will surprise you. Older adults who can afford long-term geriatric care management and home care include seniors who shop at Grocery Outlet and lived very frugal lives.
Well-Heeled Seniors Who Used to Buy Payless Shoes
You may be surprised that this upper 10% of the population includes teachers and subway workers.
Well-heeled seniors, according to the New York Times, include middle-class retirees who buy shoes from Payless but have a defined pension so they can travel in Europe as retirees and afford care at home care and private care management when they decline
Defined Pensions Directly Affect the Quality of Aging Care
They rode the post-war economy, held jobs long term, and through that defined pension (no 401K) face a very healthy financial picture in aging. They worked for city, county, and state governments are teachers, truck drivers, social workers, or union members in all trades. They had a career at Xerox, IBM, Campbell Soup, and big Fortune 500 companies.
Well-heeled seniors, these middle-class concierge clients, have adult children who call a geriatric care manager when they visit Mom and Dad and find care problems – or their aging parents have a health crisis. But they will really shop around as they have been raised by frugal parents on limited budgets during their childhood even if their parents now have excellent retirement through defined pensions.
They want the best service and seamless points of the compass that an aging life or geriatric care manager can give each client. These retirees lived on small salaries. Teachers who graduated in 1967 made $5000 a year. So they lived a working life of cautious shopping and tight family budgets. Now in retirement, they can sail down the Danube with their generous defined pensions and afford private duty home care and long-term geriatric care management when they need it or their adult kids who visit home or the emergency room and know Mom and Dad need help.
Webinar-Why Merge Home Care and Care Management
When-May 18, 2023 -2 PM -3:30 PM PST
If you are a home care agency consider merging with a care management agency. A care manager is a perfect person to introduce home care to family caregivers. Care Managers sit down with the family and go over the geriatric assessment and care plan they created for the client. Last, this 1-1 care manager meeting introduces a concierge guide through the labyrinth of caregiving, showing exactly what homecare plus care management will do to solve the client’s problems, increase their quality of life and offer relief to the sometimes-desperate family members. Find out more by signing up for this free webinar
How this merger creates more Profit for both Care Management and Home Care
The Advantages of Merging Home Care and Care Management
Competition Survey to make third parties and Adult Children Choose you
Co-Branding the merged agencies.
Technology for both home care and care management
Co-Locating both staff.
Marketing Merged care manager home care.
Critical Success Factors for the Success of the Merger