There’s just something special about home. It’s where you can relax and feel most like yourself! However, as seniors age, their ability to perform daily tasks often becomes more difficult, making living at home without home care assistance more challenging. Many older adults are faced with the possibility of having to move to an assisted living facility or a nursing home to receive the care they need. But there is an alternative!
Dedicated Michigan Home Care Services
At Home Sweet Home, we strive to provide compassionate elder care in St. Joseph, Paw Paw, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, and other communities in Southwest Michigan to help each and every one of our clients feel at ease by providing the right help, right where they need it – in the comfort and familiarity of home.
Providing compassionate, trustworthy care requires a structured approach. Our customized care process helps to assess your unique needs in order to ensure you get the best care possible. Here’s how it works:
The Home Visit: It all begins with a complimentary in-home visit. Our care specialist comes to the senior’s home, gets to know him/her and the family better, and evaluates care needs based on health, support systems, and home environment in order to create a specialized, tailored plan of care.
The Plan of Care: After the in-home visit, our care specialist will develop a customized plan of care that specifically outlines the care the senior will receive, when it will be received, and who the caregiver will be.
The Perfect Caregiver: Finally, we match each senior with an extensively trained caregiver who’s perfect for his/her personality, care needs, and more. A successful client and caregiver match ensures that each person we serve is happy and that the best quality of care is provided.
Home Sweet Home In-Home Care provides home care services in St. Joseph, Paw Paw, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, and the surrounding areas, giving seniors the ability to stay in their own homes while receiving the personalized care and attention they need and deserve. Our compassionate, helpful, and extensively trained elder care staff provide dedicated in-home care services that allow seniors to remain safe, happy, and engaged, without having to uproot their lives.
No two people are the same. Favorite foods, hobbies, likes, dislikes, and lifestyle choices make each person and his or her senior home care needs unique. Home Sweet Home In-Home Care’s expert caregivers recognize and celebrate our clients’ individualities and strive to help them continue to live the lives they want with the help of our professional home care services.
Our dedicated caregivers provide services to older adults and people with disabilities that enhance their lives and foster independence. Our services include:
Homemaker & Companionship Services
Personal Care Services
Home Safety Assessment
We offer a complimentary safety assessment to all of our clients to ensure the home is safe from fall risks and other hazards. Specially trained staff will visit your loved one to:
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease today, and many are cared for by family members in the home. Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s can be stressful, as the disease often presents some unique physical and emotional challenges. If you’re caring for a loved one who has Alzheimer’s or dementia, it’s OK to ask for help, and who better to ask than professional caregivers?
As a top-rated home care company in Southwest Michigan, Home Sweet Home employs highly trained and professional caregivers who can provide the care and attention your loved one needs, allowing you to focus on some personal time, while being assured a loved one is in capable hands.
Our personalized in-home care services can help people with Alzheimer’s remain in the comfort and security of home while receiving exceptional care.
Communication Tips for Alzheimer’s Disease
Alzheimer’s disease gradually diminishes a person’s ability to communicate. People with dementia have more difficulty expressing thoughts and emotions, as well as more trouble understanding others.
This presentation offers some tips to help family members better communicate with and understand their loved ones.