Meet Wellthy, your family’s caregiving support.
With Wellthy, your family is matched with a dedicated Care Coordinator. Your Care Coordinator will help manage care for a family member (or yourself) in any capacity, big or small. Wellthy is well-suited for helping with complex, chronic, or ongoing care needs.
One Care Coordinator, dedicated to your family
Your Care Coordinator knows your family’s health challenges in their entirety. They will guide you through a care plan, advocate for your loved one, and tackle those tricky tasks.
Guidance from experts that know the care industry
We know that care decisions can be overwhelming. Whether it’s evaluating insurance and Medicare options, or finding the right in-home aide, your Care Coordinator is here to help.
Family communication, simplified
Invite family and friends to join your Care Team and keep everyone connected with streamlined communication—one email thread, one moderator, one voice of reason.
Everything is organized in your Care Dashboard
Keep everything safe and accessible, for whenever you need it. Store important documents, relevant articles and one-pagers, contacts, medications, and upcoming appointments all in one place.
Fast help with urgent tasks, or support for the long run
Speak with a Care Coordinator right away to get help with an urgent task, or set up your Care Dashboard for continued, ongoing support for as long as you need.
How a Care Coordinator Can Help
A Wellthy Care Coordinator can help you with a range of family healthcare issues, easing your mind in the process.
Parental Care Support
Help for aging parents or those with healthcare needs
Chronic and Self Care Support
Partnership for families with a tough diagnosis or ongoing condition.
Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse Support
Ongoing help for those struggling with depression, anxiety, alcoholism, etc.
Helping our heroes and their families get the care they deserve.
Financial Hardship Support
Relief for those hard working families feeling financially strained.
Special Needs Support
Advocacy, expertise, and partnership for families with special needs.