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Peace of Mind
Today, outside commitments or geographical challenges make it difficult to
personally check on loved ones or wards for whom we are legally responsible when they are incapacitated or vulnerable adults.
Family members or wards who need monitoring may live alone; with family members
or individuals you have concerns about; in retirement communities, nursing homes,
or assisted living facilities; or in mental health facilities and group homes.
Trying to determine whether proper care and supervision is being provided can be
disconcerting when you cannot be there regularly. The ability to keep abreast of life
changes is paramount to determining whether action is necessary to safeguard the
wellbeing of your family member or ward.
As a Private Visitor, in a non-legal capacity, Rachel conducts a neutral assessment of
the surroundings, activities, and events in the life of your loved one or ward. A written
report is provided directly to the concerned family member or legal guardian to be
used as a monitoring system upon which to base care decisions, or take legal action
should it be deemed necessary.
With proper authorization, reports may include information or
observations related to:
Reports may also provide recommendations based upon current observations.
*No activities engaged in by CAC in connection with Adult Monitoring services is in any way intended to be legal
advice or legal services and should never be relied upon as such. Monitor Services are for personal guidance only.
Should it become necessary to retain a licensed attorney in the event legal action is required on behalf of your
incapacitated or vulnerable family member or ward, CAC will be happy to refer you to a licensed attorney.