• We are an advocate for you

  • We help you find the best care

  • We offer advice and planning

  • We provide superior support & assistance

How Our Services Work For You

We will assess your loved one's needs and search for services that are right for them.

WellPath Partners will develop a care plan detailing your loved one's needs. This highly customized service comes at no expense and is provided with no obligations.

We will recommend services that meet your family's needs. Any placement service can provide you with a menu of options - we go beyond to provide only the best care options right for your loved one's needs and financial circumstances.

We follow-up with you and your family to ensure everyone is satisfied with the services provided. WellPath Partners believe that no senior should be left behind. We will not leave you stranded on your own, and will go above and beyond to ensure your needs are met.

How We Have Helped Others
Get to know us through our success stories
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AdvocacyPartners

A military veteran, now retired, Gregory had always been independent and hard working all of his life. Recently, Gregory lost his balance and fell, breaking three bones and fracturing his left hip. His social worker called a WellPath Partners Advocate to find help for him.

Click here to find out how we were able to help Gregory.

Advocates

Solutions You Need

Financial expenses can happen when you least expect them. Bob and Gladys recently celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary when Bob discovered he had prostate cancer during a routine physical. WellPath offered guidance through this experience and made sure nothing fell through the cracks.

Learn more about Bob and Gladys' story.

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Every PersonIs Unique

Developing a care plan was vital to finding the right nursing home that would provide for all of Michiko's health needs. After moving into her new home, Michiko became friends with several other residents.

Learn more on how we matched Michiko with the perfect nursing home.

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Retirement Options

There were so many types of communities and they had many questions such as: What's the difference between senior communities? What do independent living communities provide? After so many questions, Walter and Margie decided to call WellPath.

Find out how we answered, and helped Margie and Walter's with all of their questions.

What Our Clients Say About Us

How We Can Help You

AdvocatePartners

Finding the care you need can be confusing. WellPath Partners is here to help. A military veteran, now retired, Gregory had always been independent and hard working all of his life. Recently, Gregory lost his balance and fell, breaking three bones and fracturing his left hip. While receiving rehabilitation at a skilled nursing facility it was found that due to his fall and a host of other ailments, he would not be able to return home. His social worker called a WellPath Partners Advocate to find help for him. At first, Gregory was resistant to our help, but over time, the reality of the situation caught up with him and he welcomed WellPath’s advice. Throughout the process, Gregory had many questions for us such as: What is an Assisted Living Community? What is Residential Board and Care? And what’s the difference? The biggest question on his mind was Can I afford this? With the help of WellPath’s network of partnerships, we were able to find Gregory financial assistance through the Veteran’s Administration; enough to pay for his Assisted Living Community. In addition, due to his limited income we also found resources through Medicaid to pay for his medical supplies that were not covered by Medicare. WellPath’s advocacy service-case-study were instrumental in finding him the care he needed to achieve wellness again and the means to pay for it.

SolutionsYouNeed

Financial expenses can happen when you least expect them. Bob and Gladys recently celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary when Bob discovered he had prostate cancer during a routine physical. Sadly, Bob had an aggressive form of cancer and soon Gladys would be unable to care for his needs. Not knowing what to do, the couple turned to WellPath Partners for advice. After exhausting all of his treatment options, it was best decided to bring Bob home and place him in Hospice Care. WellPath Partners helped Gladys arrange In-Home Care for Bob’s health needs. Gladys worried about the mounting costs associated with Bob’s care but WellPath was able to offer guidance on options to provide assistance. With our help, Gladys obtained a reverse mortgage to finance Bob’s care. WellPath offered guidance through this experience and followed through to ensure that nothing fell through the cracks. Gladys was grateful to have an advocate who she could count on during this difficult time.

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Each person is unique andneeds a personalized care plan made just for them. All her life Michiko had been an independent and strong woman. After emigrating from Japan in the 1940s, she and her family made their home in Sacramento. Now widowed, she continued to live with her oldest son and his family. On her 91st birthday, her family became concerned with her increasing confusion and forgetfulness. Finally, it came to a point where her dementia was taking an emotional and physical toll on those around her – her son decided she needed more assistance than he could provide and contacted WellPath Partners. A WellPath Advocate explained to the family how a care plan helps avoid probate which can be an expensive and lengthy process. Next, WellPath provided a number of nursing home options that fit Michiko’s finances and would accommodate her increasing needs as her dementia progresses. A WellPath Advocate quickly developed a personalized Care Plan for Michiko. Due to her dementia, this included an Estate Plan for her possessions – although Michiko was not extremely wealthy,this was a vital step to avoid costly legal fees later down the road. Most importantly, an experienced WellPath Advocate helped her family carefully walk through the process of selecting a nursing home. In addition to skilled nursing care, a nursing home also helped Michiko with her Actitivites of Daily Living (ADLs) including bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, medication intake, and maneuverability. Developing a care plan was vital to finding the right nursing home that would provide for all of Michiko’s health needs. After moving into her new home, Michiko became friends with several other residents and her family felt confident that she would be kept comfortable and cared for.

RetirementOptions

WellPath Partners can provide you clarity on your retirement. Walter and Margie were both 64 years old and were getting ready to retire. As time went on, both realized that the large two story house they lived in wouldn’t be practical in the coming years and looked to downsize by moving into an Independent Living Community. Walter and Margie began their search but quickly became overwhelmed with the variety of Independent Living options and were afraid they were making the wrong choice with their fixed incomes. They were filled with questions on the different communities and how to best use their savings. Brochures and well-meaning advice from friends only added to their confusion. There were so many types of communities and they had many questions such as: What’s the difference between senior communities? What do independent living communities provide? How does the rental agreements work? Finally, they decided to contact WellPath Partners. WellPath Partners put their minds at ease by clearly explaining the three types of Independent Living Communities – Continued Care Retirement Communities, Senior Apartments, and Retirement Communities. After carefully, interviewing the couple, a WellPath Advocate suggested a Continued Care Retirement Community as the best fit for Margie’s health needs and ensure that she would have the care available to her in the future. The next step was to develop a plan on how to afford their retirement. WellPath helped Walter and Margie establish an annuity option to provide a steady income stream for life. After touring several Continued Care Retirement Communities, they were ready to sell their home and make the move. WellPath referred a real estate agent and a moving company to assist the couple. Soon they were able to make a swift transition into their new home feeling optimistic about their future.