Protective Services We Provide

At Managed Protective Services, Inc., we offer managed care specifically designed for individual lifestyles. Daily responsibilities can become difficult. Prolonged illness, incapacity, disability, even the natural challenges of aging can significantly alter the lifestyle of the elderly. Managed Protective Services, Inc.'s efficient coordination of medical, personal and social service resources can enhance the quality of life for our clients.

Managed Protective Services, Inc., provides services including, but not limited to: Guardian, Conservator, Power of Attorney, Trustee and Personal Representative as well as Fee for Service for Geriatric Care Management.

Managed Protective Services, Inc., specializes in assisting the elderly and incapacitated in maintaining their independence and can help ease the transition to a new setting, if needed. A Care Manager creates and coordinates a customized plan of care and services to meet the unique needs of each individual and family. The Care Manager monitors the plan to ensure that loved ones receive continous quality care, whether at home, in a residential care home or a skilled nursing environment. We can also assist with ALTCS applications when needed.

Our Care Managers are professionally trained and specialize in working with the memory impaired. We are members of the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers. We take the time to get to know our clients and understand their concerns, needs and wants. We try to provide the same care a family member would when taking care of their loved one.


A Conservator is a person or entity appointed by the probate court to protect and manage the financial affairs and/or the person's daily life due to physical or mental limitations.

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A Guardian is a person or entity who has been appointed by the probate court to take care of an incompetent adult personally and/or manage the person's affairs.

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Geriatric Care Management

Geriatric Care Management is provided in a time of crisis or as a preventative tool to assist in the ongoing difficult daily tasks for elderly adults and their families.

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A Trustee is a person or entity who holds the assets held by a trust. A trust is a legal entity created by a contract between or more trustors and a trustee whom they appoint.

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Personal Representative

A Personal Representative is a person or entity who is appointed by the probate court to administer the estate of a person who has died.

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Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney allows a person or entity to act in conducting the client's business, including signing papers, checks, contracts, and make financial and medical decisions.

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