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Get Help With In-Home Care Services for Seniors 

Aging is a natural process, but can come with difficult decisions. As your loved ones age, it can be difficult to find the right place for them to finish out their lives. There are few things more heartbreaking than knowing your aging loved one needs care that you do not have the resources to provide. We speak with many people who face incredible stress as they try to care for their aging loved one while juggling work, children, or other responsibilities.

But, take heart—we’re here to help.

What options are available for your loved one? While many opt for an assisted living facility or nursing home, in-home care services for seniors are becoming more feasible. This may be a great option for your loved one, and it may be available to you.

The vast majority of aging people want to continue living in their own home. This has been the way that the elderly have aged for thousands of years of human history. While assisted living and nursing homes can also be excellent options for aging seniors, many seniors love living in environments that are familiar and comfortable for them.

In-Home Care Services for Seniors

The MI Choice Medicaid Waiver Program

In Michigan, older adults, age 65+, and persons with disabilities who are 18+ years of age, may qualify for the ​​MI Choice Medicaid Waiver program. This is a community-based program that helps provide alternatives to nursing home care. For aging adults who qualify, the MI Choice Medicaid Waiver Program can be a great option to receive in-home care. The Information Center’s coverage area for the program is southern and western Wayne County; if you live elsewhere in the State, we can connect you with your area Ml-Choice Medicaid Waiver provider.

How to Get Started With In-Home Care Services for Seniors

How can you get started and enroll your loved one in care? Our Support Coordinators can help plan and arrange for the care that you need. In each step of the planning process, you can help decide which plan of care is best for your situation. We help you carry through with that plan and we meet with you regularly to adjust the plan if your circumstances change.

You can get started by calling our team at The Information Center. We’d love to talk to you and help you find resources for your aging loved ones.

Call us at:

734-282-7171