We offer specialized programs for the mentally ill, developmentally disabled, drug abuse and medically fragile Adults that will recognize the need to teach functional skills. These skills are those abilities that will help them learn daily living and social activities. We will positively and consistently help our consumers to learn new skills and behaviors. Through the course of the program, we will provide encouragement, helpful hints and opportunity for success and praise.
All services provided will be high quality, appropriate to the consumer’s need and contribute to positive outcomes. These services are extended to individuals that are unable to maintain their health while living alone. We provide community living services and personal care to individuals in a manner that improves the quality of life.
Care Services We Offer
- 3 homemade meals with snacks in between
- Assistance with eating
- Help with daily living (bathing & dressing)
- Grooming and hygiene
- Bowel and bladder care (incontinence)
- Help with walking or getting in or out of bed (mobility)
- Help with behavioral issues (behavior management)
- Help with medication
- Recreational Activities
- Laundry services
- Monitoring Blood sugar or Glucose level
- Monitoring Blood pressure
We provide specialized licensed homes with 24 hours supervision to maintain a safe and secure setting. Our Home setting protects and encourages your dignity, choice and decision making.
When will Adult Foster Home services be considered?
When it becomes too difficult to do the everyday tasks of life even with help of others. Any combination of the items listed below may mean that you or someone you know could benefit from the services offered at our Adult Foster Homes:
- Forgetting to take medication or taking wrong amount
- Unable to manage daily personal needs such as bathing, dressing, shopping, laundry, or transporting.
- Bruising, scratches or other injuries from falls.
- Ongoing illness or a need for rehabilitation.
- Difficulty coping with feeling of depression, anxiety or fear.
- Difficulty preparing meals or maintaining adequate nutrition.
- Difficulty remembering people places or things that was once familiar.
- Family and friends are no longer able to provide adequate care and support.
When you move into our homes, you do not give up any of your civil right nor any right as Michigan Resident. Caregivers and staffs in our Homes must respect your privacy, dignity, independence and your right to make choices. We posted the “RESIDENT’S BILL OF RIGHT” in all our Homes and discuss those Rights with each Consumer/Residents at the time of admission.
Visit us for a tour! Please call 313-522-9587 for more information.