Seniorlink/Caregiver Homes Care Manager in Lawrence, Massachusetts

Caregiver Homes supports caregivers across the nation, making a promise that they will never be alone on their journey of caring for a loved one. Through its unique model of in-home care, known as Structured Family Caregiving, Caregiver Homes dedicates experienced care teams to work alongside caregivers and their families, offering guidance and support at every step. This innovative approach earned Caregiver Homes recognition as the first home and community-based organization to receive the National Committee for Quality Assurance’s (NCQA) highest level of Accreditation for Case Management. Caregiver Homes has been innovating in-home care since 2005 and currently serves thousands of caregivers throughout the nation.

THIS POSITION WILL COVER BOTH LOWELL AND LAWRENCE AREAS

Position Summary:

As a Care Manager (CM) you would work collaboratively as part of a care team to assess consumer needs and establish a person-centered plan of care. In this role you would monitor the daily health and well-being of our consumers using technology and information provided by the caregiver and by conducting monthly home visits.

Coaching, educating and supporting family caregivers

Developing person-centered plans of care

Using structured assessment tools to assess consumer health status

Conducting regularly scheduled home visits

Representing Caregiver Homes in a professional manner in the community

Qualified candidates must be compassionate, able to build strong relationships with our families, work collaboratively with others, solve problems, and be flexible and technology proficient. Bachelor's Degree with a minimum of two years of relevant experience in case management, preferably with elders, people with disabilities, and other complex medical needs in a health care, long-term care, social service or community setting. In order to serve our caregivers and consumers in their homes, you must also be willing and able to travel. Valid Driver's License required.

ID: 2016-2022