Can an In-Home Caregiver Help Me?

Can an In-Home Caregiver Help Me?

An in-home caregiver can help patients with daily tasks on a short or long-term basis to aid in recovery or provide an extra hand to patients in need. They can assist with daily activities such as meal preparation, grooming, dressing, and much more. In-home caregivers can create a plan composed of patient-centric services that revolve around the patient’s individual needs. They can provide patients with a sense of companionship and safety, knowing someone can keep an eye on them and assist with keeping up with their medications.

What Are In-Home Caregivers Responsible For?

In-home caregivers and home health aides are trained professionals who can assist sick, disabled, or elderly patients with daily living. They can ensure patients’ medications are refilled and taken on time. They can assist with tasks such as cooking, eating, cleaning, using the restroom, and more. In-home caregivers and home health aides typically provide general care to ensure patients thrive at home. In-home nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and more are specialized in-home caregivers who specialize in different types of recovery and home care. 

In-Home Caregiver With American Advantage 

American Advantage Home Care is an accredited home health agency and has received The Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission. Our in-home caregivers can provide comprehensive home health care services in Livonia, MI, Detroit, MI, Southfield, MI, and the surrounding Michigan Areas. If you or a loved one requires an in-home caregiver, contact us online or call us at 844-4MY-AAHC.

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