About Coordinated Care Consulting
Coordinated Care Consulting was born out of a local need for a trustworthy and knowledgeable specialist. Like a short-term case manager, Coordinated Care Consulting founder Jaimé Parker truly listens to clients' needs, delivers feedback, makes assessments, and suggests resources to family caregivers and legal guardians, assuring each client receives the best possible care specific to them.
For more than 16 years, Jaimé has worked as a private caregiver and case manager, primarily with the Central Coast's elderly population. Her vast range of expertise includes clients with dementia, mental health issues, spinal cord injury, quadriplegia/paraplegia, physical disabilities, post-surgical care, and more.
Additionally, her proficient understanding of hospital advocacy, hospice, and palliative care provide knowledgeable assistance to family caregivers or legal representatives and respite assistance for care teams.
Jaimé has collaborated with and been a liaison to conservators, trustees, and attorneys extensively throughout the years, ensuring her clients' best interest always comes first.
Jaimé is a Monterey native, born and raised on the peninsula with family history spanning back multiple generations. She has two children, and enjoys camping in Big Sur with her family, exploring the coast and spending time with her kids at the beach.
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Is a care consultation right for me?
Some clients simply need an assessment to determine actions steps moving forward, while others prefer an assessment and ongoing support implementing recommendations. Some general scenarios include:
▹ Determining appropriate level of patient care
▹ Creating a care schedule
▹ Hospital discharge
▹ Palliative or hospice support
▹ Equipment and home safety assessment
▹ Change in abilities and independence
▹ Exploring or preparing move to care/nursing home or return to private residence from facilities
▹ Support for addressing changes in caregiving circumstances
▹ Hiring caregiving staff, interviewing care agencies or potential care homes and skilled nursing facilities