Transitions are not just events to loved one, they’re significant changes.

Transition Care Management

Our commitment is to the well-being of all our clients and their loved ones, so we are much more than a placement agency.

A transition to any facility must be managed carefully, whether it’s a short term stay at a transitional care facility following a hospital stay or a permanent relocation to a board-and care, residential community, or skilled nursing facility.

These transitions are not just events in the life of your loved ones, they’re significant changes. Your loved ones deserve the support and care they’ve earned.

Why Choose Us?

Short-Term or Long-Term

Whether your loved one’s stay with us is a quick turn-around or a permanent move, we gladly help physically, logistically, and emotionally with the transition.

Transitional Care Before Placement

Making sure your loved one is placed where they will be most safe, cared for, and comfortable is our top priority, so many of our transitional services before placement are free of charge.

Transitional Care After Placement

Moving is a huge adjustment, especially for the memory-impaired, which is why we provide transitional care management throughout and after the placement process.

Testimonials

A Vision of Care and Continuing Support

Thank you Lauren and FCC. I recognize that the exceptional care for my wife and the other residents comes from your vision for and commitment to a unique and special kind of care that you envisioned and have implemented. Your staff selection, retention, ongoing...

read more

Clean Home Where Mom Can Feel Comfortable

My mother has been living at Family Connect Care Greenwood for a year and I wish I had known about the residence sooner. I am so happy with the excellent and nurturing care that she receives and the stimulating activities, both indoors and outside, that she is...

read more

Navigating Mom and Dad’s Individual Needs

I cannot begin to tell you how much I appreciate you and your staff. Because of your guidance and help, I was able to navigate my father's sudden illness and extended care. Your compassion was so important to me at his death last year. With my living out of the area,...

read more

Related News / Posts

What to read or recommend to dementia patients

By Lauren Mahakian Contributing writer. Originally published in Palos Verdes Peninsula News on 8/12/2021 For so many people, reading is a way to keep the brain agile, but it is also an exciting, entertaining way to engage with the world around us. Not only are books...

read more

Solving Sleep Problems for Patients and Caregivers

By Lauren Mahakian Contributing writer. Originally published in Palos Verdes Penisnsula News on 7/22/2021 I’m sure most of us remember in our younger years how we would go to bed far too late and wake the next morning way too early. “I’ll make up for that by getting...

read more

Wandering and Behavioral Changes in Older Adults

By Lauren Mahakian Contributing writer. Originally published in Santa Ynez Valley News on 6/17/2021 One of the toughest challenges of caring for an aging loved one is behavioral changes. Just as everyone ages, people also will change behaviors over time. These changes...

read more

Subscribe for Free Dementia News

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team. These  infrequent mailings will notify you of new support groups, lectures, special presentations, articles, or podcasts on the topic of dementia care. It is free, and no obligation. You can unsubscribe any time.

You have Successfully Subscribed!