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At Touching Angels, we care for our family.


Touching Angels offers home care services throughout the Metro Detroit area. We recognize that there is no single approach to providing care. This is why our care plans are customized to meet each persons' unique needs while upholding their independence and dignity.

Our customers are seniors and persons with physical or mental disabilities. Get in touch with us to learn about the full scope of our services, We will love to discuss your needs. 


  • Companionship
  • Personal Care
  • Incontinence care
  • Meal preparation
  • Medication management 
  • Transportation
  • Housekeeping services
  • Diabetic management
  • Respite care
  • Post surgery care 
  • Physical assistance
  • Live-In
  • Placement planning
  • Resource assistance 
  • 24 Hour support

Personal Care

Personal care and Homemaking (PC/H) are long term care services provided in the home of older adults and adults with a disability who typically have limitations in their ability to perform basic activities of daily living.

These services can be provided by a trained professional or family member who meets the same standards of employees who are unrelated to the consumer. The services are defined by state standards as follows:

Personal Care includes hands-on care or assistance with eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene or grooming, and with activities of daily living including meal preparation. This service may include assistance with preparation of meals, but does not include the cost of the meals themselves.

When specified in the plan of care, this service may also include such housekeeping chores as bed making, dusting, and vacuuming, which are incidental to the care furnished, or which are essential to the health and welfare of the individual, rather than the individual’s family.

This service also includes supervising the care of the participant by reminding, prompting, cueing, and frequently directing the activities of daily living. Personal care may be furnished outside of the participant’s home.

Homemaking consists of general household activities (meal preparation and routine household care) to maintain an adequate living environment that is provided by a trained homemaker, when the individual regularly responsible for these activities is temporarily absent or unable to manage the home and care for him or herself or others in the home. Allowable homemaking tasks are limited to:

  • Laundry
  • Ironing
  • Meal preparation
  • Shopping for necessities, including groceries and errand running
  • Social/emotional support offered in conjunction with the performance of tasks
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Observing, reporting and recording any changes in the participant’s home environment and reporting it to the care manager


Companion care is a form of home care offering non-medical services to older adults or people with disabilities. Companion care differs from personal care in that personal care aides (also known as home health aides) may provide the same services as companion care but also help with tasks such as bathing, dressing, and medication management, depending on specific state regulations.

The goal of companion care is primarily emotional support and socialization, although companions may help older adults with a variety of tasks including:

  • Light housekeeping
  • Other household chores such as washing clothing and dishes
  • Running errands such as grocery shopping
  • Planning and scheduling appointments and social activities
  • Transportation to appointments and other activities
  • Preparing meals
  • Socialization and entertainment
  • Communicating with family members and other care team professionals
  • And more

Companions typically make regular visits, which may vary in frequency depending on the care recipient’s unique needs. Usually, companions visit at least weekly, while some may visit two to three times per week or even daily to help older adults prepare meals, take care of laundry, and other tasks.

Schedules may also vary depending on appointments. If an older adult has an appointment scheduled outside of typical visit hours, companions will often adjust their schedules to accommodate these needs or make arrangements for other transportation.

Medication Management

Medication management is the process of overseeing the medications prescribed for a patient to ensure they are taken properly and achieving their planned, therapeutic outcome.

Respite Care

Respite care is a special name for a short-term break for caregivers. When you look after someone who’s sick or disabled, it’s a 24-hour job. You need a break from time to time to look after your own needs. That’s where respite care can help.

Respite care can take place:

  • In your home
  • At special day-care centers
  • In residential centers that offer overnight stays

Your breaks can be as long or short as you need them to be. You can set up respite care for a few hours, a day, a few days, or a few weeks.

Respite care at home

If you care for a loved one at home, respite care can come to you.

In-home respite care providers may act as companions for someone who’s sick or elderly. They keep them company and make sure they don’t hurt themselves.

Home health aides may be able to do more, like help to bathe, dress, groom, take medications, or eat. Some respite care providers can also run a load of laundry, make beds, or fix meals.


  • Alzheimer’s
  • Mentally & Physically challenged 
    • Parkinson’s
    • Cancer 
  • Paraplegia Quadriplegia
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
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