3 Ways Home Care Teams Help Michigan Veterans Age In Place


3 Ways Home Care Teams Help Michigan Veterans Age in Place

According to the 2015-2019 American Community Survey, there are more than 18.2 million veterans aged 65 or older, most of whom plan to age-in-place with home care services like ours.

Read on to review the research and find out how home care services honor our veterans’ unique aging goals, or call (586)-690-7500 to speak directly with a home care coordinator near you.

AARP Home Care Study Shows 75% Of Veterans Plan To Age In Place

More than 3 in 4 elderly veterans plan to age-in-place, remaining in their current homes and communities as long as possible, according to a new study by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). And after all they’ve done for us, nobody deserves it more.

However, for some veterans, independently aging in place is easier said than done. Along with all of the usual challenges of aging, some veterans also live with severe disabilities due to service-related injuries or illness, as well as post-traumatic stress disorder. For these individuals, home care services will make all the difference—and lucky for them, finding support has never been easier.

To help our veterans live carefree after long years of service, hard work, and sacrifice, we offer a complete range of home care services, personalized to the individual, and available in any care setting. Read on to learn 3 ways our home care service helps Michigan veterans achieve their aging goals, or call (586)-690-7500 to speak directly with a home care coordinator near you.

3 Ways Home Care Team Help Michigan Veterans Age In Place

  1. Alleviate restrictions caused by service-related disabilities or illness. Our home care team is trained to provide full support with all activities of daily living (ADLs), so your loved one can still live life to the fullest, no matter how great a sacrifice they made for their country.
  2. Coordinate and optimize mental health services. If your loved one is receiving treatment for post-trauma stress disorder (PTSD), dementia, or any other mental health condition, whether service-related or not, our home care team can help. Not only can we provide full scheduling support, appointment reminders, and transportation to-and-from sessions with mental health service providers, but we can also draw from our professional care network to help you find qualified professionals. Additionally, our home care team can help implement treatments, create peace of mind, and avoid triggers at home.
  3. Help veterans protect their pension. Not only can we help connect your family with Veterans Affairs resources in Clinton Township, but we can also help your loved ones budget to get more out of their pension or supplemental income. To that end, we can help organize bill payments and declutter the office for better expense tracking; we can serve as anti-scam watch dogs to protect your loved ones from predatory con-artists; and we can take care of the grocery shopping to stop any overspending.

Veteran Home Care In Clinton Township, MI: Get A Free Quote

To learn more about how we’re supporting senior veterans, you can call (586)-690-7500 or fill out our quick-and-easy online contact form to schedule a free home care consultation.

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