The decision to seek care at home isn’t easy. We understand that it happens over time. And we know it's important to have a trusted place to rely on first.
Connecticut Community Care is your first step in the care at home journey. As partners, solution seekers, navigators and advocates, we listen, assess and help people achieve their goals by developing customized plans of care and delivering high-quality care management and transitional support.
On any given day, our 200 plus care managers share information about critical resources, provide connection to quality services and supports and follow up with ongoing guidance and further engagement as life circumstances change. Through our national accreditations (National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), CCC affirms its commitment to person-centered, quality care management.
We know first-hand that when clients receive care management services at home by specially trained care managers, hospitalizations and emergency room admissions are greatly reduced, healthier outcomes are realized, and greater cost value is achieved.
In addition, Connecticut Community Care, Inc. very much values our provider network. To guarantee fairness and equitable distribution of referrals, Connecticut Community Care utilizes the following methodology:
- Client choice is always the first step.
- If a Client doesn't have a preferred provider, the Care Manager uses a specially designed, proprietary software system to ensure equitable randomization of referrals to a provider enrolled with the Department of Social Services that can render the required services.
How Do I know The Time Is Right for Care Management Services?
- Confused about where to turn for help for a loved one, friend or neighbor Limited or no family support
- Multiple medical, psychological or cognitive issues Increasing functional limitations
- Family caregiver is overburdened and uncertain about what kind of care may be needed
- Family caregivers live far away or are at odds about how to care for a loved one
Margaret and her CCC Care Manager, Carol. Margaret is determined to be as independent as possible. She says, “whatever has happened to you, it’s not the end of your life. There’s so much to live for. Be persistent.”