Types of Care for Ann Arbor Seniors
Visiting Angels® Ann Arbor MI provides personalized senior care to elderly and adults with injuries throughout Washtenaw County.
The personalized senior care from Visiting Angels Ann Arbor is available through our one of a kind system of Life Care Navigation™. This approach combines services from the various areas of senior care so your loved one gets exactly what they need.
Senior Care Programs for Ann Arbor
- Alzheimer's Care
Alzheimer's care provides intensive aid for seniors who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Caregivers can provide assistance for daily tasks such as offering medication reminders, assisting with bathing and
dressing,and providing transportation to physician appointments.
- Companion Care
Companion care is the base of all our plans. Meaningful companionship can help elderly adults avoid senior isolation and depression. Compassionate caregivers can read aloud with your loved one, work on puzzles, go for walks, and make conversation.
- Dementia Care
Dementia care is specialized aid for seniors who are living with dementia. Memory care professionals can track your loved one and help to prevent wandering.
- End of Life Care
End of life care from Visiting Angels Ann Arbor provides compassionate aid and support for seniors and their loved ones during the end of life process.
- Palliative Care
Palliative care is provided by certified caregivers who are specially trained to tend to the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of seniors.
- Personal Care
Personal care helps seniors who are living with limited mobility remain independent. Elderly and disabled adults in need of more intensive aid can get help with dressing, bathing, toileting, transferring, walking, meal preparation, transportation, and more.
- Ready-Set-Go Home — Avoiding Hospital Readmissions
Home care, also known as transitional care, helps seniors avoid hospital readmission during the first 30 days after discharge. We can prepare your loved one's home for their return and provide aid once they are home.
- Safe & Steady Fall Prevention Program
The Safe & Steady Fall Prevention program provides helpful information regarding fall prevention to seniors, their family members, and members of the community.
- Social Care Program
Social care helps elderly adults use technology such as video chat, messaging, and social media to keep in touch with friends and family members.
If you have an elderly or disabled family member in need of senior care, call Visiting Angels Ann Arbor today and book a free consultation.
Not all services available at all locations. Contact your local agency for details.
Serving Washtenaw County
Visiting Angels ANN ARBOR, MI2755 Carpenter Road #1SW
Ann Arbor, MI 48108