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Navamaze

333 W Miami Avenue

Suite 5

Venice, FL 34285

Call us:

941-584-2039 

Email us:

info@Navamaze.com

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Care coordination, helping older adults and their families make decisions with home care and assisted living.

Treating you with Courtesy, Respect and Dignity.

 

Care Coordination is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, evaluation, and advocacy that focuses on how to maintain wellness and navigate the health system. Care coordination takes place through thoughtful planning and proactive assessment of client’s future.

A Care Coordinator is a client advocate who helps you navigate the maze of information and options.

All of Navamaze Care Coordinators are Registered Nurses with advanced degrees, licenses, and certifications. 

You can be assured you will be treated with courtesy, respect and dignity.

Services

Are you facing challenges navigating the details of any of these? A Navamaze counselor can help. Contact us for your free consultation.

 

  • Housing - Senior Living

  • Housing - Stay at home

  • Cognitive Aging & Social

  • Financial, Legal & Long Term Care

Assisted living and other types of senior communities exist for good reason. They fill a distinct need for those who require a degree of help with certain important aspects of their daily lives.
 
While remaining home is attractive to most, those who are able to afford senior living benefit from many benefits of seniors housing.
 
These include and are not limited to the consistent fulfillment of three essentials
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The day you realize that it’s time for a parent or other family member to move to an assisted living community is seldom an easy one.

 

As someone who worked in senior living for nearly a decade, I can tell you that it is the rare individual who decides suddenly they want to move out of their home and into an unknown environment.

 

This doesn’t, of course, take into account those whose medical issues compel them to transition to a skilled nursing or rehab in a less than voluntary manner.

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Resources

Free’ Referral Services – They May Not Be So Free After All
Is it time for assisted living?