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Caring for a Loved One

We know you want to do as much as you can to meet your loved one’s needs, whether you’re providing care for a long-term condition or disease, a short-term illness, or during the decline of old age. Our resources will help you take care of your loved one, but they’ll also help you focus on someone else important: you. Explore your options so you can access the support you need.

Resources

  1. Proxy Access to Medical Record

    Currently, proxy access is available for parents of children 13 years of age and younger. Proxy access can be granted for patients who are 14 years and older, with a signed consent form from the patient. Adult to Adult proxy is also offered under the same guidelines.

    Visit the FAQs within myChart to learn more.

  2. Long-Term Care

    How do you know when to call for outside help? Long-term care options range from in-home help to skilled nursing facilities. Learn about your options and discover which choice is right for you and your family.

  3. Home Health

    It’s hard to do everything yourself when your loved one is ill. The St. Luke’s Home Health team is made up of specialized, compassionate professionals who are trained to help patients rehabilitate, heal, and transition. Get the help you need to make your loved one as comfortable as possible.


    Learn more about Home Health services at St. Luke's

  4. Social Work Services

    To help ensure you and your family have the support you need, our social workers work closely with your health care team to resolve social, psychological, cultural, and financial concerns. All of our social workers are licensed mental health professionals and most have masters degrees and advanced, clinical licensure. Services are available through our Home Care program.

    Learn more about Social Work at St. Luke's