In-Home Services

 

Senior services are available to all eligible seniors living at home, married or single who are 60 years of age who are home-bound or with physical limitations.

*Age requirements may be waived for private duty status

Home Delivered Meals

Hot and nutritious meals delivered to shut-in/isolated and nutritionally at-risk seniors. This provides daily contact, Monday to Friday for reassurance of family/consumer. Frozen meals are available for 7x week nutrition coverage, and if consumer is beyond delivery range.

Emergency Shelf Staple meals 2x year, and consumer may qualify for Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program 4x per year if on established meal route.

$2.50/Meal recommended donation

$6.00/Meal private pay cost*

Homemaking Assistance

Weekly visits (as available) to assist the physically challenged senior citizen with instrumental activities of daily living; light housekeeping, laundry, shopping/errands for consumer.

$2.50/Hour recommended donation

Personal Care Assistance

Weekly visits (as available) to assist with activities of daily living; toileting, bathing, hair/skin care, meal prep, medicine reminder, supervision.

$2.50/Hour recommended donation

Respite Care

Weekly visits (as available) to relieve Primary Caregiver living with client, or identified outside of home and providing majority of client care. Includes supervision, companionship, and assistance with activities of daily living.

Current Respite categories include Regular Respite; Tobacco Settlement funded Respite; and Family Caregiver Program Respite.

Eligibility/Age requirements differ from each; information can be provided upon assessment.

Regular Respite: $2.50/Hour recommended donation

Programs funded, in whole or part, by:

* MI office of Services to the Aging

* UPCAP Area Agency of Aging

* Donations

* FEMA

* Local Monies

Community Action complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.