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Caregiving and Social Isolation

Anyone who has ever cared for an aging, injured, or ill loved one understands the stress involved in caring for their daily needs. In addition to that stress, The New York Times recently highlighted the dangers of social isolation and loneliness that individuals who are the primary caregiver for a family member face. The article states that “Those who work with caregivers know this phenomenon well, especially when the cared-for person has dementia, a particularly arduous responsibility. ‘Caregiving is done…

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4 Signs An Aging Loved One Needs Help

Most of our clients and their families were aware of care management and home care services before they asked for our assistance, but for one reason or another they never took action. Once they begin working with us, however, they say they wish they had called us sooner. Here are 4 important signs our care management or home care services can help you or your family. If any of them resonate with you, don’t hesitate to call us at (248)…

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How Feinberg Consulting Provides Hope & Healing

When your family is in the midst of a crisis, Feinberg Consulting Inc. is here to support you. With over 20 years of experience, we’ve helped over 2,000 families in need. We offer three unique service lines: Feinberg Catastrophic Services, Feinberg Addiction Services, and Bridgeway Care Management & Home Care. Our divisions are connected by our commitment to providing the highest quality of case management, ensuring families achieve hope and healing. If you’re in need of support, call us at…

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Getting To Know The Bridgeway Team: Care Manager Karen Rosenberg

What is your position at Bridgeway?  I am a Geriatric Care Manager. How long have you worked here?  I’ve worked here for three years. Why did you decide to join the company? I joined the company because I was ready to return to my work in geriatrics. I was drawn to the culture of camaraderie I found at Feinberg Consulting and Bridgeway Care Management & Home Care. What is your favorite part of your job?  My favorite part of my…

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Are These Your Teeth? How an Upper Partial Suddenly Felt Like Cinderella’s Glass Slipper

Care management can often be a thankless job. Our care managers work hard every day to ensure our clients are treated with the respect and dignity they deserve. Along the way, however, everything can change in an instant. The below story, written by Bridgeway Care Manager Karen Rosenberg, is a true experience she encountered as part of her job. It’s a wonderful example of how a Bridgeway Care Manager made a difference for one of her clients in a small…

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Attention, Determination, & Compassion: Thoughts on Care Management from Bridgeway’s Karen Rosenberg

Human connection. It calls for attention, determination and, above all else, compassion. Seeing individuals beyond the physical body — acknowledging the depth and beauty within every human being — can be challenged by the process of aging and disease, which often present similarly and simultaneously. Is it dementia, or forgetfulness? Is a change in cognition a sign of decline, or the result of an underlying physical condition? Is newly discovered pain a sign of aging, or the revelation of a…

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Bridgeway is now Joint Commission Accredited!

We are excited to announce that we’ve earned The Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval® by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. This is an exciting accomplishment for our company and is a symbol of quality that reflects Bridgeway’s commitment to providing safe and effective care. In order to earn the Joint Commission accreditation, Bridgeway underwent a rigorous onsite survey on March 16th and 17th. We were evaluated for our compliance with home care standards, including care policies, treatment…

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Helping Paws: The Benefits of Pet Ownership for Seniors

There are many reasons why dogs are man’s best friend. Anyone who owns a pet (or watched a fun dog or cat video on YouTube) can tell you the many benefits of having an animal friend around the house. Yet, did you know that studies have proven pets to be particularly beneficial to seniors? Whether you’re a dog, cat, or bird lover, you can appreciate these reasons for welcoming a pet into the family of your aging parents or grandparents!…

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