Quality In Home Care for Seniors in Michigan

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Once your request is made, a Care Advisor will contact you within 24 hours or sooner.

The decisions that must be made regarding the care of an elderly parent or loved one can be a heavy hardship on anyone. We understand how important it is that you have peace of mind when it comes to the care, safety, and well-being of your mom or dad.

Care Givers at Home provides three distinct types of in-home care to assure that your loved one receives the best and kindest care possible. Our compassionate staff is there for both you and your loved one. Whether your loved one is in need of constant medical care and treatment, or just simply needs someone to keep them company and help them out with day to day activities such as cleaning, grocery shopping, or going to doctor appointments - We are here for both them and you!

With Care Givers at Home, your elderly parent or loved one will be able to receive most of the medical treatment that they may need right in the comforts of their own home and will rarely need to be transferred to another facility.


Essential Home Care

Non-Medical Care for your loved one with a caregiver they trust & enjoy spending time with. Essential Home care is available on an as-needed, daily, or 24/7 basis.

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Advanced Home Care

In-Home Caregiving with a medical component for loved ones suffering from conditions that need special attention. They’ll get the right level of care no matter their condition.

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Medical Home Care

In-home care for serious conditions requiring medical attention is available! This includes Catheterization, Vital Sign Monitoring, and more.

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Choosing a Home Care Aide

Interviewing an in-home caregiver for a senior parent for the first time? You, Mom, and your siblings likely have lots of questions you want to ask - after all, you want to make sure that the professional you hire is with you long-term. It may be hard to know some important questions, however, without previous home care experience. The answers to vital questions like those we’ve provided below will help you gain insight into communication skills and personality - both important factors in the ...Read More!


Home Care: Agencies vs. Individuals

When the care your parent requires goes beyond what you can provide, hiring outside help is a wise decision. If you are considering home care services, it's important to evaluate the two options that lie before you to determine the best fit.  Those options are Agency Home Care vs. an Individual Caregiver you hire.  The choice is yours – and so are the financial and legal implications. Evaluating the Best Fit for your Home Care needs Hiring privately will cost less than hiring through an age...Read More!


Making Care Decisions as a Family

Are you working to communicate & decide on the next phase of Care your Loved One? An “event” may result in the sudden need to find care for a loved one. Perhaps Mom has suffered a heart attack or a severe fall and injury. After the event, if Mom is aware and able to be involved in making decisions about her own care, you’ll want to begin coming together with the family members who will be involved in making this transition. It’s important to let her communicate her wishes with the ...Read More!


Introducing a New Member to Your Family
Home Care Decision Agency vs Private Hire Senior Caregivers Interview Questions