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    Geriatric Care in Palm Harbor


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    Business Listing   Autumn Years Consulting & Placement Service - Palm Harbor, FL - Phone: (727) 786-6570


    Business Listing   Century 21 Sunshine Realty The Tenney Team - Palm Harbor, FL - Phone: (727) 641-6116


    Business Listing   Coral Oaks Retirement Community - Palm Harbor, FL - Phone: (727) 787-3333


    Business Listing   Countryside Healthcare - Palm Harbor, FL - Phone: (727) 784-2848


    Business Listing   LTL Construction - Palm Harbor, FL - Phone: (727) 787-0408


    Business Listing   Manorcare Health Services - Palm Harbor, FL - Phone: (727) 787-4777


    Business Listing   St Mark Village - Sales - Palm Harbor, FL - Phone: (727) 785-2580


    Business Listing   Stratford Court of Palm Harbor - Palm Harbor, FL - Phone: (727) 787-1500


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    Helpful Definition for: Geriatric Care


    Geriatric Care in Palm Harbor denotes the process of planning and coordinating the care of the elderly and/or disabled to improve their quality of life and to maintain their independence for as long as possible. Such a geriatric care plan is modified for each individual's circumstances on comprehensive assessment. The healthcare and psychological care are combined with services such as: housing, home-care services, socialization programs, financial and legal planning. Professional geriatric care managers in Palm Harbor develop and modify the plan for monitoring of the effectiveness of the components of the care plan. This is accomplished by combining a working knowledge of health and psychology, human development, family dynamics, public and private resources and funding sources while advocating for their clients throughout the continuum of care.

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