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Life Care Planning

At Denise W. Wrenn & Associates our team of life care planning professionals brings together over 30 years of experience, professionalism, and expertise in the medical-legal arena. As nurses, we attain a firm knowledge of medical systems, associated disabilities, treatment protocols, and maintenance requirements for the severely injured/ill and disabled individuals.

While remaining objective, our life care planning team understands our role as educators and advocators. To determine the optimal plan of care and financial well-being for the individual, we develop comprehensive and sound like care plans addressing areas from projected evaluations, medications, orthotic and prosthetic requirements, and aids for an independent function to leisure, recreation equipment, and everything between.

We specialize in catastrophic injury and illness, workers compensation litigation, terminal illness and much more.

Who needs a Life Care Plan?

Life Care Plans are developed for individuals with injuries/illnesses or chronic conditions requiring complex long-term medical intervention and management.

Our Life Care Plan provides an organized, concise plan that estimates reasonable and necessary (and reasonably certain to be necessary) current and future healthcare needs with the associated cost and frequency of goods and services.


Life Care Planning
life care planning

We Develop Life Care Plans For:

  • Spinal Cord Injuries

  • Amputations

  • Chronic Pain

  • Birth Injuries

  • Burns

  • Traumatic Brain Injuries

  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Multiple Trauma

  • Chronic Diseases

  • Catastrophic Injuries Youth and Adult

The Foundation of Our Life Care Plans:

  • Client Interview

  • Home visit with the client and significant others

  • Assessment of the implications of the person's injuries on their activities of daily living

  • Medical Record Review

  • A review of evidence-based nursing and medical research

  • Use of clinical practice guidelines

  • Collaboration with medical and multidisciplinary providers

  • Identification of verifiable cost data, and geographically specific data when appropriate and available

  • Report formulation based on current and future medical costs including non-medical needs