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Judy A. Cornish

482 Ridge Rd
Moscow, ID 83843-2522
(208) 669-3456
Services Offered:
Home Health Care, Elder Law Attorney, Transportation, Home Care, Geriatric Care Manager
Judy A. Cornish serves Potlatch, ID, Deary, ID, Moscow, ID, Troy, ID, Kendrick, ID and more...
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    About My Business
    We provide geriatric care management, case management, and dementia care to seniors living in their own homes. We support aging in place by gradually increasing our services and level of care to meet the needs of seniors as they age and lose capacity. Our clients often begin by needing just a few hours of assistance per week, but we coordinate any and all services needed from minimal incapacity through complete physical disability and hospice care in order to enable seniors to remain at home as long as they desire.
    About My Services
    We provide geriatric care management to families who have seniors living in the Moscow, Idaho, area. There may be no family member living nearby or the family members who do live in the area may not be able to spend as much time as is needed in researching and coordinating services for their loved one(s). Our geriatric care management services include but are not limited to:
    • assessing the senior's needs and condition;
    • assessing and monitoring the suitability of the home or facility;
    • developing a care plan to meet the senior's changing needs;
    • educating family as to the types of services available in the area and helping family to engage those services;
    • supplying referrals to services and monitoring the performance of service providers;
    • attending medical appointments and monitoring the senior's compliance with medical orders;
    • providing regular reporting of daily activities, changes in status, and changing needs;
    • keeping the senior engaged in their social, recreational, and cultural activities;
    • managing the day-to-day needs of the senior's home.

    We also provide dementia care, using the principles and methods formalized by the Contented Dementia Trust organization based in England. Our caregivers are certified through the Alzheimer's Association's EssentiALZ program. We believe that dementia care is more than adult daycare, more than just keeping the senior safe. We use normal day-to-day activities and interactions to preserve our clients' sense of wellbeing and prepare them for the inevitable complete dependency of dementia. Given the following tools, our clients enter the final stages of dementia with peace and happiness rather than fear and frustration:
    • Our clients feel secure about their futures, knowing their families love them and have surrounded them with people who love them and who will meet their needs regardless of their impairment;
    • Our clients feel at ease socially, because their caregivers and families accept their memory loss and repetition and help them enjoy interactions on an intuitive rather than factual level;
    • Our clients feel a sense of control over their lives because their care is designed to follow their individual proclivities rather than the needs of a group or facility;
    • Our clients have self-worth and feel valued because their competency and independence is supported as much and as long as possible.
    Experience And Credentials
    Hearth & Home Senior Care Services was founded by Judy Cornish, an attorney with a background in elder law, taxation, wills and trusts, and mediation, as well as working with people with physical disabilities and mental illness. Ms. Cornish is a member of the Idaho State Bar, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), and an inactive member of the Oregon State Bar. In Oregon, she is also a Qualified Mental Health Associate (QMHA).
    Fees And Payment Sources Accepted
    Private pay.
    Languages Spoken by Staff
    Hours of Service
    We provide services at any hour the client needs care.
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  • Transportation
    Customized locations and routes
    Local Destinations
    Doctor, Dentist, Pharmacy
    Social and/or Recreational Outings
    Religious Services
    Congregate Meals
    Visit to spouse or partner
    Shopping and Personal Errands
    Voting Polls
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    Stay at Destination
    By Appointment or Charter
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    Service for
    people with physical disabilities
    people with dementia and/or memory loss
    Multiple Stops
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    Professional (Paid)
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    Issued by U.S. Internal Revenue Service
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