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Welcome to Premier Professional Home Care!

Premier Professional Home Care

Better People,
Better Service,
Better Care.

(616) 499-2050

Home Care

We provide in home care for all ages, from children in need to disabled adults to the elderly who just need a little help to remain safe and independent in their own home.

Home Care

A young woman, helping an elderly woman unpack a grocery bag after a trip to the supermarket.

Many families often find themselves providing so much assistance to loved ones that they begin to experience their own health issues, including a condition known as burnout. Our caregivers help 24/7 with the myriad of non-skilled needs (personal care, home care, and companionship) that occur throughout the day, providing peace of mind for the client and offering a cost-effective respite opportunity for the family.

A photo of a middle-age woman in a wheelchair, accompanied by a caregiver, meeting with a doctor and a nurse as they leave the hospital.

Hospital to Home Care

Post-discharge care to reduce readmissions.

An elderly man with a walker, receiving instructions about falls from a caregiver.

Fall Prevention Program

Home hazard identification and personal training.

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Dementia Program

Specialized training, oversight and procedures.

What We Can Do

  • Assist with personal care, cooking and meal preparation, light housekeeping and laundry (this does not include heavy housecleaning or household maintenance).
  • Assist with shopping, appointments and errands outside the home; We are able to drive clients in the client's car as long as proof of insurance is shown.
  • Provide companionship to the client (social interaction, conversation, emotional reassurance, encourage reading, writing and activities that stimulate the mind).
  • Assist with Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and personal care (including limited assistance with skin care, ambulation, bathing, dressing, exercise, feeding, hair care, mouth care, nail care, positioning, shaving, toileting and transfers).
  • Provide hospital to home transition care.
  • Provide medication reminders, protective oversight and respite care.
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* Heavy housecleaning or household maintenance tasks should be addressed by engaging a professional cleaning or maintenance service.