South Florida is a magnet for older adults who choose to retire here when they are active and in good health. But once they begin experiencing challenges related to aging they may find it confusing and difficult to navigate and choose the resources best suited to their needs. ElderCare360® features a team of Care Managers who provide professional guidance to comprehensive services that support older adults and their families. Our mission is to provide support and advocacy while ensuring safety and quality of life.

Our specialists work with families who live out of town looking for a professional who can be the “quarterback of care” for their aging parents. Eldercare360® provides them with a full menu of options while offering peace of mind knowing that their loved one is connected locally to a professional.

Eldercare360® Provides:

  • Care Management
  • Comprehensive In home assessments
  • Coordination of Services
  • Advocacy & Support

Eldercare360® Areas of Expertise:

  • Optimizing Independence
  • Life Transitions
  • Family Support

For years, we’ve witnessed the countless struggles of older adults and their families as they attempted to navigate the healthcare and social-service maze. The degrees of difficulty in finding, accessing, monitoring, and trusting the quality of services often proved overwhelming for many.

Our team of professionals coordinate care with the client’s physician(s), so that medical problems are fully assessed and addressed.
We take a personalized approach, according to the level of need and preference.

The ElderCare360® program is especially beneficial for people with complex health problems, chronic medical illnesses, or memory disorders like Alzheimer’s disease, and those who require close oversight and care coordination.


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(561) 684-1991

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ElderCare360® helps older adults living in South Florida


Frequently Asked Questions

What will a Care Manager do for me or my loved one?

Upon completing a comprehensive psycho-social assessment, a Care Manager will work to develop a Care Plan to meet the needs of each individual client and family, which may include:

  • Coordinating In-Home Services
  • Accompanying/Transporting to Medical Appointments
  • Client Advocacy
  • Discharge Planning After a Hospital Stay
  • Long-Term Planning
  • Ongoing Monitoring and Support
What Makes ElderCare360® Different from Other Programs? 

We are accredited by the Council on Aging (C.O.A.) and have been serving the community and providing care management services since 1974. Our team is comprised of skilled professionals who have a wealth of experience and expertise working with older adults and their families. We believe that the Care Management relationship develops between the professional, older adult and their families, forming a triangle of communication, support, and guidance.

What are your fees?

Our fees for Care Management are billable per hour and are pro-rated in five-minute increments. Much of a Care Manager’s time is not only spent on face-to-face visits, but also on phone calls necessary to help coordinate services. We take time up-front to work with our clients and their families to discuss and tailor the frequency of the Care Manager’s visits/calls based on individual wants and needs. An itemized bill outlining all charges is presented the first week of each month.

Call us for a complimentary phone consultation

(561) 684-1991

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