Care Management


Care Management

The Council on Aging of Martin County's experienced care managers help seniors live independently in their homes for as long as possible by providing access to quality care and assistance with the activities of daily living.  We also provide caregivers with much needed support and respite from the stress of caring for an aged and infirm loved one.

The Council on Aging of Martin County’s private Care Management Services assist seniors (our clients) and caregivers in making smart choices about their health and well-being. Care Managers develop comprehensive care plans customized to the exact needs of the individual then navigate the client and family every step of the way. Care Managers provide ongoing support to ensure clients have everything they need.


  • Comprehensive in-home assessments
  • Professional advice about available resources for seniors and their families
  • Development and implementation of a care plan to improve clients’ health and well-being
  • Procurement and management of support services such as in-home care and nutrition
  • Assistance with bill paying and insurance/medical claims processing
  • Long-term care planning
  • Caregiver support
  • Assistance with family dynamics


Costs for care management services will vary depending upon the type and frequency of services required; this is determined at the time of the assessment.

We accept payment from the following: Veterans' Benefits, the Medicare Long-Term Care program or programs funded by the Area Agency on Aging, and Martin County Aids and Grants. We also accept private pay and donations. Financial assistance is available for qualifying seniors. The payment option is determined through the interview and intake process.

Senior Services Navigator

A Senior Services Navigator is available at the Kane Center for walk-ins and callers seeking assistance about senior-related issues and resources.

  • Get help with referrals for community-based services, financial assistance, and placement on the waiting list for government-funded services.
  • Access Council on Aging programs like Meals on Wheels, case management, adult day services and senior-focused primary care.
  • Available to offer support and guidance to stabilize and/or diffuse crisis situations.

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The Charles & Rae Kane Center, 900 SE Salerno Road, Stuart, FL 34997

Area Agency on Aging

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