- If you know your elderly parent or spouse needs help but you’re not quite sure where to start or what to ask.
- You are struggling to cope with and manage difficult dementia behaviors and aren’t sure what your next move should be.
- You’ve been told by the hospital that mom is being discharged tomorrow and she can’t live alone. You’re not sure what to do next.
Bridge Care Consulting will guide you and your family through the confusing and overwhelming world of elder and health care by providing consultation and referral assistance
Age in Place—Assess needs and coordinate services needed to maintain current living environment. Educate regarding specific services available and how to get those services in place. Anticipate future needs and strategize interventions to get those needs met.
Housing—Assist families evaluate and select appropriate level of housing or retirement options and assist with the move coordination and transition to a new home. We can navigate together and offer assistance you the admission process.
Begin by scheduling an appointment and completing the form so we can get to know the needs of your particular situation. We look forward to talking to you!
At Bridge Care, we want families and caregivers to have the tools needed for a strong bridge of knowledge to make the right decisions for their loved ones. We know what’s truly important in the offering of elder care and communicating with great clarity and empathy is what we do at Bridge Care. Our service guides you through challenges, recommend resources, and provide tools and tips to help you navigate in the world of elder care.
The primary goal of Bridge Care is to improve quality of life for those facing the reality of aging. We become a resource for families in the role of consultant, allowing all involved to maintain peace of mind.
Terri Maxeiner has a proven track record and will provide the most up to date and accurate information for your family’s needs.Doug D.
We never expected my dad to get sick when he did. He was fairly young and seemingly healthy when we learned of his brain tumor. He deteriorated rapidly and it put my mom in a difficult position. How could she possibly care for him? Terri helped us find those answers. She researched companies, made phone calls and encouraged my mom through this difficult process. We had no idea where to even begin, but Terri made it so easy to the point that we felt good about our decisions — without reservation. Her years of experience and familiarity with elder care and placement is priceless. I have no idea what we would have done without her.Alicia K.