Living Assistance Statistics
- Nearly one out of every 4 U.S. households provides care to a relative or friend aged 50 or older.
- About 15% of U.S. adults care for a seriously ill or disabled family member.
- About 13.3 million people are spouses or adult children of disabled older people and have the potential responsibility for their care. Of these, about 85% are adult children.
- 59% of the participants require assistance with two or more activities of daily living: eating, bathing, dressing, toileting or transferring; 41% require assistance in three or more areas.
Compassionate Care When You Can't Be There
If you or someone you know is caring for a loved one and just can’t seem to find enough time, or the ability to provide the required care Vibrus Group can assist you. As a leading provider of Non Medical Living Assistance Services our office and staff are knowledgeable in working with families, in providing the necessary care tomaintain personal independence and enhance the Quality of Life of your loved ones.
We guarantee that anytime you call our offices, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you will get a live customer
service representative that will courteously and competently handle all your needs. All our staff has bonded insurance. We have well trained Certified Assistants and Home Health Aides (HHA’s) who have experience in caring for individuals at the comfort of their home, assisted living center, a nursing home or hospital setting.
Our services can provide peace of mind, not just for our clients, but also for family members and others
concerned with their care. Our services are tailored to meet each client’s specific needs, and can range
anywhere from a few hours a week to 24 hours a day. We also offer special rates for live-in care and for couples.
We provide Non Medical Living Assistance services in the following Michigan counties: Oakland, Wayne and Macomb.
Our Services Include
Personal Care: Assistance with eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, hair care, oral care, skin care, medication reminders, incontinence care, foley catheter and colostomy etc.
Light Housekeeping: Sweeping, mopping, dusting, washing dishes, cleaning kitchen and bath, laundry, linen changes, ironing, closet organization, care of house plants, trash removal etc.
Meal Preparation: From light snacks to full meals, including grocery shopping if necessary.
Companionship: Reading, conversation, games, hobbies, recreational activities, mail organization, and phone call checks etc.
Errands and Transportation: Running errands and helping with trips to the doctor, social events and other activities.
Respite Care: Periodic relief for family or other caregivers.
Medication Management: Assist with timely medication, organize medicine cabinet, ensure and monitor medication polices are complied with.