Be at Home Care of Michigan
510 Highland Ave. Num 307,
Be at Home Care of Michigan is an organization that provides non-medical assisted living care in the home of older adults who want to "be at home" as long as possible. Our life enrichment caregivers meet the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs tailored to each individual. At the same time, we provide piece of mind for family caregivers through education, support, and personal health and wellness Services.
This dual pronged approach to care was born out of the growing need to minimize the psychological and physical strain often put on family caregivers who care for their loved ones over time. Our goal is to create a better quality of life for both the aging adult requiring assistance and the ones who care for them.
These days, older adults are choosing to "be at home" and want to maintain their independence for as long as possible. Given the importance of home we offer a high quality non-medical in-home care concierge service that provides an excellent and affordable solution for your aging loved one. One may only need support with daily activities or assistance with recovery that can be managed better and quicker if they are to "be at home". No matter the situation, we create a safe and comfortable home environment ensuring better quality of life for your loved one regardless of their medical diagnosis. We are passionate and committed to meeting all of your needs, and will go above and beyond to ensure you receive the most excellent care available. We are a competent, well-prepared care team for you! We specialize in helping to establish routine and structure for a meaningful life for those living with dementia at home.
Caring for an aging loved one may also require wearing many different hats. The best way to manage all those hats and the care of your loved one is to start with you, the caregiver! Being a caregiver can be a rewarding experience but often, it can leave you feeling overwhelmed. The distress a caregiver may experience can be associated with poor outcomes including reduced quality of life, poor health, anxiety, depression, and reductions in income. As a gerontological nurse practitioner, I bring together experience and expertise in supporting individuals with chronic progressive disabilities such as dementia, their families and caregivers where quality of life may be the most important goal. I help to address challenges of living, aging, and caregiving in order to develop and maintain positive relationships.