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Compassionate In-Home Care in Southfield
Caregivers Dedicated to Your Loved One’s Quality of Life
When you see your loved one struggling to live alone, you shouldn’t have to decide between their independence and getting them assistance. Our compassionate team at Homewatch CareGivers of Southfield provides comprehensive in-home care services that your entire family can trust. We know how difficult it can be coming to grips with the fact that your elderly family member needs extra help, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice their quality of life.
With almost four decades of in-home care knowledge and expertise, our team of home care professionals delivers support to your aging family member that feels more like a friend helping out a friend. We aim to give your entire family assurance and confidence in our abilities. Our dedicated caregivers are always available to answer your questions or address concerns regarding the caregiving process and how our services can positively impact your family. We want your decision to work with us to be a no-brainer.
Want to learn more about our in-home care services? Contact us today at (248) 965-4164
Our in-home caregivers specialize in providing support for seniors. One way is by reminding them to take their medicine to stay healthy along with any dietary consideration associated with medicine.
Luckily, home care can help.
Here are some medication management tips our caregivers use:
- Keeping a detailed list of medications, including doses and dosage times. Include over-the-counter medications such as vitamins or any herbal remedies for your elderly loved one’s health care provider.
- Use a pill dispenser as a medication management system.
- Store medications properly in a cool, dry place, or any other place where they must be stored.
- Write a journal of any changes in the patient’s mood or behavior when new medications are introduced, dosages change, or certain pills are eliminated, to communicate to the client’s physician.
Learn more about how we assist with medication management and safety. Click here to read more.
Reverent Services for Every Need
The decision to transfer to in-home care can be emotionally overwhelming and stressful. We want to help lighten the load with our trustworthy, in-home care services from trained professionals who make helping others their life’s mission. Your elderly family member deserves reverent and high-quality assistance that will improve their overall quality of life. When you work with one of our caregivers, you can rest assured you’re getting a best-in-care expert who is well-versed in the services we offer.
Our Southfield caregivers provide dependable services that include:
- 24-hour assistance when it’s needed
- Elder care to assist aging adults
- Dementia care for those living with dementia
- Alzheimer’s care for seniors with acute memory loss
- Senior transportation to help elderly adults get to and from appointments
In supporting your loved one through challenges that may extend beyond their physical needs, we consider their social, mental, and psychological well-being as well; then, we tailor our services to fit them best. When your elderly family member is in our care, safety and comfort are vital components in assisting them throughout the day. We aim to develop a long-lasting bond so they know they have a trusted companion who is acting with their best interest in mind.
Homewatch CareGivers is honored to support seniors living in and around Southfield, offering thoughtful, dependable, and robust caregiving services for almost every need. We always deliver our best because we know the most successful kind of care comes from the heart.
We encourage you to get in touch online or call us at (248) 965-4164 to start building a lasting relationship.
“I cannot say enough wonderful things about Homewatch CareGivers.”