Genuine, simple, caring services.

You can be confident that regardless of how complex and overwhelming your care needs are, they can be broken down into easy to manage steps to accomplish your care goals.

Genadas Helping Hands_Genuine Simple Care Management for Aging Seniors_Our Story

Genuine, simple, caring services.

You can be confident that regardless of how complex and overwhelming your care needs are, they can be broken down into easy to manage steps to accomplish your care goals.

Genadas Helping Hands_Genuine Simple Care Management for Aging Seniors_Our Story

Here to help with what you need.

Advocacy

Advocacy is a central part of all care management work. It involves managing the fine balance between gathering all information necessary to help make decisions and understanding the approach of our client and the providers involved. It is the act of supporting a cause and bringing others together to support the same cause, in this case, caring for our client’s unique care needs.

Advocacy is a powerful tool that we bring to our work with you.

Care Consulting

  • Assess functional, medical, mental health, home safety, and social status to determine unique care needs.
  • Create a comprehensive care plan outlining challenges with recommendations for solutions.
  • Manage the steps in the care plan, whether they are individual tasks or ongoing visits to create holistic solution.
  • Coordinate and monitor supportive services, whether in-home or at office appointments.
  • Communicate with all involved in care to make sure that everyone is on the same page and all questions are answered.
  • Advocate for care changes as they arise. 
  • Watch for changes in client’s needs to inform all involved.

Communication & Coordination

  • Collect, Review, and Organize all your medical information and take the time to explain and discuss it with you. All documents will be digital and ready for future use.
  • Organize supportive services for individuals with recent changes in functional abilities.
  • Collaborate with and arrange home care agency services to improve quality of life including working with in home caregivers to ensure dignity and independence. Also, keeping a close eye for any concerns in care such as fraud.
  • Arrange in home and outpatient services such as home care, physical therapy, nursing, pharmacy, and mental health counseling.
  • Coordinate care and communication between all your providers, and maintain regular communication and collaboration with the involved family members.
  • Refer to geriatric specialists such as elder law attorneys and financial advisors.
  • Be Available as an emergency contact to you and your involved family to maintain communication and coordinate information.
  • Teach family members and caregivers how to advocate for the highest level of care.
  • Provide caregiver support and relief, including recommending respite options or helping with care for vacation planning.
  • Become the eyes and ears for family who are unable to have a daily presence.
  • Communicate on a regular basis with all involved family members with collaboration via phone, email, or video conference.

Healthcare Navigation

  • Help you prepare for and/or accompany you to medical appointments.
  • Facilitate getting second opinions as needed.
  • Ease transitions from hospital care or rehabilitation to home, including development of care goals to avoid costly readmission.
  • Accompany to physician appointments to coordinate the best disease/care management.
  • Coordinate all medical providers, appointments, diagnostic tests, and note taking. Includes communication with all medical providers and making sure family is kept up to date.
  • Monitor hospital bedside care, safety supervision, and communication with staff and loved ones.
  • Visit individuals in retirement communities, assisted living, and nursing facilities to act as a liaison and relay information on their health status and plan of care to loved ones.
  • Evaluate appropriate housing and care options, such as in-home care, independent or assisted living, and post hospital rehabilitation.
  • Recommend high quality in-home services.
  • Manage transitions to match changing care needs.

Memory Loss and Dementia Care

  • Explain the diagnosis.
  • Assess the health and living situation.
  • Create a clear plan of care.
  • Attend physician appointments.
  • Arrange needed services such as in-home care, financial guidance, legal assistance, medical needs, and other service solutions as needs arise.
  • Monitor for changes in capabilities and functions.
  • Communicate with all involved family and professionals to make sure that the highest quality of care is maintained.

Here to help with what you need.

Advocacy

Advocacy is a central part of all care management work. It involves managing the fine balance between gathering all information necessary to help make decisions and understanding the approach of our client and the providers involved. It is the act of supporting a cause and bringing others together to support the same cause, in this case, caring for our client’s unique care needs.

Advocacy is a powerful tool that we bring to our work with you.

Care Consulting

  • Assess functional, medical, mental health, home safety, and social status to determine unique care needs.
  • Create a comprehensive care plan outlining challenges with recommendations for solutions.
  • Manage the steps in the care plan, whether they are individual tasks or ongoing visits to create holistic solution.
  • Coordinate and monitor supportive services, whether in-home or at office appointments.
  • Communicate with all involved in care to make sure that everyone is on the same page and all questions are answered.
  • Advocate for care changes as they arise. 
  • Watch for changes in client’s needs to inform all involved.

Communication & Coordination

  • Collect, Review, and Organize all your medical information and take the time to explain and discuss it with you. All documents will be digital and ready for future use.
  • Organize supportive services for individuals with recent changes in functional abilities.
  • Collaborate with and arrange home care agency services to improve quality of life including working with in home caregivers to ensure dignity and independence. Also, keeping a close eye for any concerns in care such as fraud.
  • Arrange in home and outpatient services such as home care, physical therapy, nursing, pharmacy, and mental health counseling.
  • Coordinate care and communication between all your providers, and maintain regular communication and collaboration with the involved family members.
  • Refer to geriatric specialists such as elder law attorneys and financial advisors.
  • Be Available as an emergency contact to you and your involved family to maintain communication and coordinate information.
  • Teach family members and caregivers how to advocate for the highest level of care.
  • Provide caregiver support and relief, including recommending respite options or helping with care for vacation planning.
  • Become the eyes and ears for family who are unable to have a daily presence.
  • Communicate on a regular basis with all involved family members with collaboration via phone, email, or video conference.

Healthcare Navigation

  • Help you prepare for and/or accompany you to medical appointments.
  • Facilitate getting second opinions as needed.
  • Ease transitions from hospital care or rehabilitation to home, including development of care goals to avoid costly readmission.
  • Accompany to physician appointments to coordinate the best disease/care management.
  • Coordinate all medical providers, appointments, diagnostic tests, and note taking. Includes communication with all medical providers and making sure family is kept up to date.
  • Monitor hospital bedside care, safety supervision, and communication with staff and loved ones.
  • Visit individuals in retirement communities, assisted living, and nursing facilities to act as a liaison and relay information on their health status and plan of care to loved ones.
  • Evaluate appropriate housing and care options, such as in-home care, independent or assisted living, and post hospital rehabilitation.
  • Recommend high quality in-home services.
  • Manage transitions to match changing care needs.

Memory Loss and Dementia Care

  • Explain the diagnosis.
  • Assess the health and living situation.
  • Create a clear plan of care.
  • Attend physician appointments.
  • Arrange needed services such as in-home care, financial guidance, legal assistance, medical needs, and other service solutions as needs arise.
  • Monitor for changes in capabilities and functions.
  • Communicate with all involved family and professionals to make sure that the highest quality of care is maintained.

Let's Work Together for Your Best Care

Genada's Helping Hands serves the needs of families residing in the greater DMV metropolitan area, including:

Washington, D.C. (Northwest, Southwest, Northeast, and Southeast)

Tenleytown
Barnaby Woods
The Palisades
Berkeley
Georgetown
Friendship Heights
Woodley Park
Cleveland Park
Kalorama
Capitol Hill
Dupont Circle
Adams Morgan

Maryland - Montgomery County

Rockville
Silver Spring
Bethesda
Gaithersburg
Germantown
Potomac
Takoma Park
Clarksburg
Kensington
Chevy Chase
Poolesville
Ashton
Bethesda
Brookville
Cabin John
Laytonsville
Glen Echo
Colesville
Kemp Mill
Ashton
Sandy Spring
Cleverly
Olney

Maryland - Prince George's County

Beltsville
Calverton
Bowie
Brentwood
Woodmore
Fort Washington
Largo
Upper Marlboro
Mitchellville

Maryland - Howard County

Clarksville
Columbia
Elkridge
Ellicott City
Fulton
Jessup
Laurel
Savage

Northern Virginia

Arlington
Alexandria
Fairfax
Falls Church
Herndon
McLean
Reston
Tysons Corner

Let's Work Together for Your Best Care

Genada's Helping Hands serves the needs of families residing in the greater DMV metropolitan area, including:

Washington, D.C. (Northwest, Southwest, Northeast, and Southeast)

Tenleytown
Barnaby Woods
The Palisades
Berkeley
Georgetown
Friendship Heights
Woodley Park
Cleveland Park
Kalorama
Capitol Hill
Dupont Circle
Adams Morgan

Maryland - Montgomery County

Rockville
Silver Spring
Bethesda
Gaithersburg
Germantown
Potomac
Takoma Park
Clarksburg
Kensington
Chevy Chase
Poolesville
Ashton
Bethesda
Brookville
Cabin John
Laytonsville
Glen Echo
Colesville
Kemp Mill
Ashton
Sandy Spring
Cleverly
Olney

Maryland - Prince George's County

Beltsville
Calverton
Bowie
Brentwood
Woodmore
Fort Washington
Largo
Upper Marlboro
Mitchellville

Maryland - Howard County

Clarksville
Columbia
Elkridge
Ellicott City
Fulton
Jessup
Laurel
Savage

Northern Virginia

Arlington
Alexandria
Fairfax
Falls Church
Herndon
McLean
Reston
Tysons Corner