Care Managers provide advice, counseling services, and interventions amongst family members, clients and caregivers, and seek to establish an agreement and work out any differences. Care managers not only supervise the multiple providers involved in the life of an aging person (caregivers, doctors, therapists, insurance and utility companies and bill payments, even supervise home repairs) but they also often mitigate conflict between the different stakeholders, and serve as a trusted independent source of information for the entire family. Each care manager has the expertise and may be willing to do some individualized therapy depending on the circumstances.

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