Community Living Support

Get help with daily living. Our skilled staff assist individuals with disabilities and persons experiencing short or long term changes to their daily independence

Help with errands, groceries, and buying household supplies

Help with laundry, light housekeeping, and other daily activities

Help with caring for your loved ones in their own homes

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Independence every day

V.O.I.C.E., Inc.’s programs and services benefit and connect all members of the community.

By focusing on potential and not limitations, we help each client live a fulfilling life that is rich with opportunities.

We encourage you to explore our services and discover what ways V.O.I.C.E., Inc.’s will benefit you!

Whether you are seeking short-term or long-term care our team will be here to provide the highest possible level of care.

Your choice is a very important one when selecting a home health provider to deliver the type of care that may be needed for your loved one.

Whether its long-term care, or hospice/end of life services, in home care, we will assist you and offer peace of mind.

Companion Care

For most individuals, companion care provides the support they need for a wide range of basic caregiving tasks, including light housekeeping, help with errands, and meal preparation. This makes it a perfect choice for anyone who needs assistance to live at home safely, but who doesn’t require advanced assistance.

Personal Care

If your loved one has advanced care needs, then personal care could be the right choice. Personal care includes basic caregiving duties of companion care, but it also helps with tasks such as grooming, dressing, bathing, and mobility.

Respite Care

Are you the primary caregiver for an aging or disabled family member? If so, respite care could be the best option. Respite care helps family caregivers pursue other activities, attend urgent obligations, and spend more time with family. Most importantly, it gives them time they can devote to self-care, reducing the risk of caregiver burnout.

How to get started

V.O.I.C.E., Inc. of Michigan will schedule an initial consultation to begin the process. We’ll learn about your loved one’s needs, living conditions, and personal preferences. We’ll use this information to build a framework for your loved one’s plan of care.

The final step is to match your loved one with a caregiver (or caregivers). At V.O.I.C.E., Inc., we pride ourselves on the compassion, dedication, and experience of our home care providers. We know how crucial the relationship between caregivers and individuals can be. Because of this, we strive to find the perfect fit for every client.

Get in touch today
Tammy Scholl
Director of Community Living Support

989-497-7111