High-Quality Dementia Care Services In Birmingham MI
When A Loved One Needs Dementia Care in Birmingham - Choose CareOne Senior Care!
CareOne Senior Care is devoted to helping seniors, the disabled, accident recovery and post-surgical patients live a healthy, happy life, while maintaining their independence safely at home. Our caregivers are not only compassionate, but also available to provide in-home care for as little as one hour to 24/7 live-in care.
Dementia, Alzheimer's and Memory Care Services:
More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease today, and many are cared for by family members in the home. Unfortunately, the disease can often present some unique physical and emotional challenges. If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's or you are experiencing challenges with providing care, we are here to help.
Our Dementia Care Covers:
- Errands and Shopping
- Dementia, Alzheimer's and ALS care
- Light Housekeeping
- 24/7 and Live-In Care
- Specialized Care for Wounds, Feeding Tubes, and Catheters
- Assistance with Long-Term Insurance
Our Dementia Care Can Help Your Loved Ones in Birmingham
CareOne Senior Care provides assistance to clients with illness, chronic conditions or because their current provider or spouse needs additional support. At CareOne Senior Care, we understand caring for the ones we love can be rewarding, but also challenging while balancing work, children and other responsibilities. For most clients and families, there comes a time when additional assistance is needed.
Companion care sessions are also a chance for the caregiver to check in on the senior's overall well-being. Companion care is an important adjunct to physical care services, like personal grooming or changing bed linens, since it addresses the whole person, body and spirit. Many seniors are less verbal in their elderly years, so in addition to conversational cues, an attentive companion caregiver may pick up on changes in mood, extra fatigue or other signs the client may need additional help or special attention.
Before beginning our services, we need to know more about you and your loved one. Our transition care manager will meet with you and complete a complimentary assessment to determine your care needs. Our goal is to get to know you, understand your lifestyle, what's important to you, any current medical conditions and the level of assistance needed to remain independent at home. We thoroughly explain the services available, answer all your questions and develop a client-centered care plan specifically for you. Completing this process also helps us to match you with your ideal caregiver.
Our Dementia Care Is Available:
- 24 hours a day / 7 days a week
- Live-In Care
- Hourly Care
Let CareOne Senior Care help you transition home and stay home. Our four hour care package will assist you in getting comfortable and safely settled back home after being discharged from rehab or the hospital. We will help with meal prep, light housekeeping, prescription pick up and much more!CONTACT US
What Makes Us Different
- Locally Owned & Operated
- Fully Bonded & Insured
- Highly Qualified, Trained & Professional Caregivers
- Member of the Largest Home Care Network in the World
- Superior Operations, Customer Service & Care Management
- Certified Senior Advisors on Staff
- Specialty Services
What Makes Our Birmingham Dementia Care Services Different?
Licensed, Bonded and Insured
CareOne Senior Care is licensed, bonded and Insured. Our caregivers are direct employees with CareOne Senior Care. We provide workman's compensation insurance, pay their Federal, State and Local taxes and manage their schedules so you don't have to. CareOne takes care of the management side of home care, providing you reassurance that exceptional care will be provided so you can spend quality time doing the things you love to do.
"CareOne Senior Care is dependable and I have confidence in the screening process that they put their caregivers through. My Mom's caregiver is very well matched to my mother's needs and preferences through her ability to care for someone with Alzheimer's. Our caregiver has found things that my mother holds dear and ways to care for her through those things. I made a good choice to go with CareOne!"
-Nora T. Plymouth, MI