Whether You’re a Professional or Service Provider, Trust Begins Here

At Connecticut Community Care, our impact lies in the thousands of people that we help remain in their homes and communities every day.

Many of our clients are referred by professionals responsible for some aspect of their care who notice a problem and want to help. If your client is an older adult, person with disability or family caregiver, we can provide professional and necessary support as an extension of the services you provide.

  • Nurses
  • Attorneys
  • Financial Planners
  • Physicians
  • Probate judges

CCC can help your patients and clients, help you increase the value of service you deliver and relieve your worry and concern. We provide:

  • Objective assessments
  • Assistance determining the client’s situation and needs
  • Identification of risk factors and their severity
  • Identification of options and cost information

If you’re a service provider, we are interested in learning more about your services and ways we may partner to serve Connecticut’s older adults and those with disabilities.

Connecticut Community Care is Connecticut's premier and largest care management service for older individuals and those of all ages with disabilities. For the past 40 years, we’ve stood side by side professionals and service providers like you, to provide seamless support to people of all ages and of varying abilities, always striving to keep them living at home safely and as independently as possible.

For Physicians and Their Office Managers

  • Assist clients with little or no family support
  • Handle medical compliance questions
  • Ensure patients arrive on time for appointments
  • Encourage patients to follow through on physician orders
  • Serve a mediator among family members considering various care options

For Elder Law/Estate and General Law Attorneys

  • Assist clients with little or no family support
  • Provide 24/7 coverage when you can't be there
  • Serve as a professional resource as needed
  • Take the worry and concern off your shoulders
  • Add value to your practice

For Probate Judges

  • Assess the situation and clarify family issues/conflicts
  • Act as conservator
  • Serve as guardian ad litem
  • Serve as the individual's representative

For Financial Planners/Bank Trust Officers

  • Help determine short and long-term costs of caring for your client/customer
  • Add value to your business


If you have a client who may need our help and advice, please call us at 866-845-2224.

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Contact us for more information at 866.845.2224

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  • “I am compelled to put in writing how much I appreciate the help you and your organization have provided for my mother. When she left the convalescent home a few months ago she couldn’t see herself ...”

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  • “My mother was a client of CCC for over 10 years. Her health had declined but I finished my walk out basement to make it accessible for her to live in my home. Mom was in and out of various nursing ...”

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  • “My friend Maura has gone on and on about what wonderful and thoughtful care you gave to her mother. She really was touched by everything that you did to make her mother comfortable ...”

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