Pro Care Unlimited located in Bingham Farms, MI cares for the well-being of senior citizens, caregivers, and individuals with developmental disabilities. We go the extra mile to improve the quality of their lives.
Community Living Support
Community living support services are used to improve or maintain the self-sufficiency of a person. We highly personalize each program to empower individuals to achieve their goals in the many aspects of their lives. Some goals may focus on daily self-care or activities of daily living (ADLs), while others aim for community inclusion.
The goals both our staff and consumers work on are found in a document called an Individual Plan of Service (IPOS). An IPOS utilizes the consumer’s personal strengths and abilities and is created with respect to his or her choices and wishes. This process begins with the individual at the center and grows outward.
Resources from different aspects of the consumer’s life will be used in the planning. The people involved can be teachers, social workers, doctors, friends, family, and coworkers.
Using person-centered planning, our staff helps consumers make decisions regarding their life and supports. Together, the team will work hard to identify the necessary resources for the consumer to reach his/her personal goals, articulating in IPOS all of these objectives and agreements made during the planning process.
How It Works
We will find you the perfect staff based on the needed expertise for your loved one.
We will schedule an informal interview or a meet-and-greet.
If all goes well at the meet-and-greet, we will begin training the staff to care for your loved one.
Caregivers often devote most of their time helping senior citizens and people with disabilities lead happier and more independent lives. While caregivers focus on the needs of the individuals they serve, they often forget about themselves and put their own needs aside. Even if they have to get more sleep, buy necessities, or consult a doctor, they choose to stay beside the people they’re taking care of. Their dedication to work inspired us to offer respite care services, providing temporary relief to caregivers.
Caring for an aging adult or person with disability can be emotionally and physically challenging. If you care for a loved one for long periods, you will need a break to recover.
Our respite care providers will give you time to rejuvenate, relieve stress, and handle your personal needs. Having time off will not only improve your mood but also your caretaking abilities.
For your peace of mind, one of our skilled and experienced employees will temporarily care for the older adult or individual with developmental disabilities—keeping him/her safe until you’re back from your well-deserved rest.
Unlike community living support services, respite care doesn’t focus on any IPOS goals. This option will give you and your loved one more time to relax and spend your leisure time in any way you want.
Personal Care Services
Personal Care Services (PCS) are included within HCBS. PCS provide for individuals who need assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADL) such as bathing, dressing, toileting, ambulation, or feeding. PCS can also include assistance with Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) such as meal preparation, grocery shopping, and money management.
Family and Friend Hires
Instead of choosing one of our staff, you can have us hire a friend or family member to provide a loved one with nonmedical care. Just tell us which of your loved ones you would like to become your direct care provider, and we will invite them to our office.
Before your friends or family members become an official part of our team, they will need to undergo the usual hiring process of employers in the same field. The following are some of our requirements:
Get in Touch
Providing respite care, home care, and community living support services is our expertise. Let us know how we can assist you by calling us today at (248) 885-8640.