We understand your concerns and the emotional and social impacts that illness has on our pediatric and obstetric patients and their families. Our team partners with you to develop options and plans that meet and/or exceed you or your loved ones health, developmental, and emotional needs

A Medical Social Worker supports not only the patient, but the family and caregiver with financial and legal concerns (including Advanced Directives, Do Not Resuscitate, Durable Power of Attorney, Living Will, and long-term planning.) They provide social and emotional counseling, and also identify and provide community resources. This can include anything from “Meals on Wheels” to counseling

  • Evaluation and Plan of Care Development
  • Community Resources
  • Social services
  • Counseling
  • Connections with associations and agencies that are condition-specific (such as the American Alzheimer’s Association, Veteran’s Administration, American Cancer Society, etc.)

  • Caregiver assistance

  • Assess Physical/Mental/Emotional needs

  • Health and wellness programs

  • Education regarding alternative living arrangements

  • Foster care arrangements

  • Adult day care