Senior In Home Care Services for Southwest Michigan
Experience the Difference of Alliance Home Health Care
At Alliance Home Health Care, we understand that quality senior in home care is important. We work with families to create an individualized care plan and carefully match our caregivers with our clients, based on specific skills and needs. Our in home care services can range from 1 to 24 hours per day. We are privately owned and have been providing the Southwestern Michigan community with our care since 1999. We have developed a great reputation and pride ourselves as being the best of the best when it comes to senior in home care services and individuals in need.
Do you worry about your parents living alone?
We know that today many Baby Boomers are caring for their elderly parents while taking care of their children and working. We also know that most aging adults would like to remain in their own home rather than go to a nursing home or long-term care facility. Providing care for a family member can be overwhelming and takes its toll quickly. We are here to help.
We offer personalized senior in home care services, reliable caregivers, and a schedule that's based on your needs.
Our Private-Duty Senior In Home Care Services are set up to provide one-on-one care.
Families can count on us to provide the help needed to keep your loved one safe at home. We work with you to develop a home care plan that works for everyone.
Our services are not unique to any age group, but often seniors need more assistance than other population groups.
We work with individuals that range in age from pediatric to geriatric.
The clients we serve include individuals who have a long-term illness, multiple sclerosis, dementia, cancer, are victims of an auto accident, are born with a disease that is life-long, are recuperating from a surgery, and several other common scenarios.
Need Information on Our Home Care Services?
Use this form to inquire about how our home care services can help you or a loved one. We will respond within one business day.
Long-term care for chronic conditions and debilitating illnesses
Short-term care - recuperative care after a surgery
Short- & long-term respite care
Morning and evening assistance
Activities based on client needs
Caring for our clients
24 hours a day
7 days a week
We provide assistance to many people. Some examples of the people we care for are:
Elderly living alone in their own home
Elderly couples living in their own home
Residents at Independent Living Facilities
Residents at Assisted Living Facilities
People recovering from surgery / an accident
Families needing help with Hospice care
Spouses needing a break from caregiving
Individuals with dementia or Alzheimers
What is a Geriatric Care Manager?
A Geriatric Care Manager may be trained in any of a number of fields related to long-term care. These include nursing, gerontology, social work, psychology, and other allied health professions, with a specialized focus on issues related to aging and elder care.
A Geriatric Care Manager helps older adults or persons with disabilities reach their maximum functional potential. The individual's independence is encouraged, while keeping in mind safety and security concerns.
Board Certified Geriatric
We employ a Board Certified Geriatric Case Manager who is trained and experienced in home care management. Our Geriatric Case Manager is a member of the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers (NAPGCM) and assists older adults or persons with chronic needs or a disability.
Why use a Geriatric Care Manager?
Communicate and coordinate with family, doctors and other skilled providers
Contain costs by coordination of care which ensures unnecessary hospitalizations, medication management and duplication of services
Works with complex cases
Provides short or long term assistance for the needs of individuals that may be transient or the family is at a distance and wants care coordinated and communicated
Works with all resources in the community, which includes, social workers, doctors, nurses, advocates and other elder care professionals
Who uses professional Geriatric Care Services?
Banks and trust officers
Social service providers
Senior housing communities
Geriatric Care Managers have extensive knowledge about the costs, quality, and availability of resources for many seniors need today. They can assess and identify the needs of an individual and recommend a solution, which may include senior in home care services. Many times a Geriatric Care Manager is a liaison to families who live far away and want someone nearby to oversee care of their aging loved one.
Caregiver Making a Difference
Allegan, Ottawa, & Kent Counties
(888) 817-9192(toll free)
Allegan & Van Buren Counties
(888) 850-2243(toll free)