Justice-And-Grace (JAG) Services offers support and guidance to older adults, their families, and caregivers on various aging-related issues. Each person is unique, and as a result, they have unique needs. Through consultation, assessment, care coordination, and advocacy JAG Services can help identify and address challenges to ensure the greatest degree of health, safety, independence, and quality of life for an older adult. Dr. Tracie Lux is skilled at navigating the healthcare maze and accessing necessary resources to manage anything from an immediate crisis to advance care planning options.

Dr. Tracie Lux and her care management team provide holistic aging care services with a personal touch. Our goal is to ease the burden of families struggling to make sense of the complex web of eldercare. At JAG Services, we believe in engaging the older adult to exercise their autonomy and participate in decision-making as much as possible. We see clients in the office, in their homes, at doctor's visits, the hospital, residential facilities, and other alternative locations. Aging care services are available on a case-by-case basis or as an ongoing commitment. 

NOTE: JAG Services does not provide any home care services, such as personal care aides or caregivers. However, when the need for such services has been determined--JAG Services may refer clients to licensed and non-licensed providers of such home care services.

Aging Care Services

Some of the Services Offered

Heart & Hands

Geriatric Care Management 

A holistic, client-centered approach to caring for older adults or others facing ongoing health challenges. Working with families, the expertise of Aging Life Care Professionals provides the answers at a time of uncertainty.

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Supervised Family Visits

Adhering to a neutral perspective, visits are monitored and observed. Visit reports are available upon procedural requests. Preserving a person’s ability to visit, communicate, and interact is essential to one's quality of life. 

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Safety & Security

Monitoring the Client's care and living situation (home or facility); Help with selecting and evaluating appropriate levels of care and residential options; Recommending technologies to add to security or safety; and observing changes and potential risks of exploitation or abuse.

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Shopping & Errands

Picking up groceries, prescriptions, going to the Post Office, getting the car serviced, dropping off dry cleaning, and many other tasks.

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Advance Care Planning 

Planning ahead for medical, financial, and/or legal issues. Common tools to communicate one's wishes include a Durable Power of Attorney, Advance Healthcare Directive, and Living Will.

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Crisis Prevention & Intervention 

Providing outreach, engagement, and on-going services across the continuum of care. Conducting risk assessments as needed.

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Assessments

Cognitive & Capacity Assessments; Social Isolation Assessments, Functional Assessments, and more.

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Miscellaneous

Grief Coaching, Placement Services, Professional Referrals, connecting the Client with local resources.

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Aging in Place Supports

Supporting seniors to grow older in their homes and communities, rather than relocating or moving into a long-term care facility. Aging in place works best for people who create a plan, modify their home environment, and establish a supportive network of family and home care services.

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Medical Management

Coordinating and attending appointments or care conferences with healthcare providers; Assist in monitoring medications and adherence to physician’s orders; Hospital Discharge Services.

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Socialization & Wellness Checks

Friendly Visits & Phone Check-ins;  Supervision for Outings; Providing opportunities for the Client to engage in social, recreational, or cultural activities to prevent/reduce social isolation.

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Dementia

Education  

Resources and support for people living with dementia, their family members, and other caregivers as they navigate changes in cognition and ability to manage daily activities.

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Communication

Manage ongoing communication between the Client, designated family members, and professionals about the Client's wellbeing and changing needs; Assist with resolving family conflicts and other issues.

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Financial Oversight

May include reviewing or overseeing bill-paying; Consulting with other professionals assisting the Client with their financial affairs; and monitoring/investigating financial exploitation concerns.

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 Dr. Tracie Lux, DSW, LCSW, CLC