It is a once in a lifetime opportunity to be a valuable social contact to a home-bound person. One does not need a health care background since the health care services are provided by nurses of the supportive agencies. The need is for social contact, light housekeeping, shopping, crafts, or any other friendly activity. If interested please contact TANDEM365 by email or phone (616) 588-5294.
TANDEM365 is a unique collaboration
TANDEM365 represents a new concept aimed at helping older adults navigate the complexities of healthcare while enabling them to remain in their homes. Through customized care coordinated by a team of health care professionals, participants in TANDEM365 have access to the best services and supports available with a single point of contact. TANDEM365 is available to adults 55 and older regardless of nursing home eligibility and income. This solution is unique because it focuses on elements which improve the overall experience while addressing care and services that are not currently reimbursed by insurance.
To learn more about why care is better together, please watch this video from our partner organizations or visit our FAQ Page.
Services provided and coordinated by TANDEM365
Each participant in TANDEM365 has a life plan. The plan is based on the initial assessment and updated on a regular schedule. The following list identifies services qualified participants may receive:
- Advance Care Planning
- Chore Services
- Health Assessment
- Health Care Technology & Monitoring
- Medication Management
- Mental Health Services
- Paramedic Visits
- Physician Services
- Social Work
- Spiritual Care
- Therapy Services
- Volunteer Visits
- Wellness Coaching
- And More…
TANDEM365 core team includes the participant, their primary care physician (PCP), and the TANDEM365 navigators (nurse and social worker).
- To work with the navigator team to prepare advance directives/advance care planning.
- To work with the navigator team to develop a life plan.
- To follow the life plan that was developed with the navigators and the primary care physician.