Offering care means being a companion, not a superior

Offering care means being a companion, not a superior. It doesn’t matter whether the person we are caring for is experiencing cancer, the flu, dementia, or grief. If you are a doctor or surgeon, your expertise and knowledge come from a superior position. But when our role is to be providers of care, we should […]

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Our Registered Nurses (RNs) as team leaders who coordinate all services

Affinity Home Nursing Care is initiated when a person requires ongoing personal medical treatment but prefers to have these home care services in the comfort of their own home. Our Registered Nurses (RNs) as team leaders who coordinate all services, which are necessary for the well-being of the patient in order to improve his or […]

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Medical Social Workers help resolve social or emotional problems

Medical Social Workers help resolve social or emotional problems that are going on in the home. MSW will assess & act on your needs and your family to access community resources and social services. Medicare will pay 100% for intermittent skilled Medical Social Worker (MSW) if the patient is home-bound and the services are ordered […]

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October Letter from the Office

As we flip the calendar page to October, we have already felt some unseasonable cool temperatures, leaves are slowly beginning to change colors and those delicious cider mill donuts and cider are readily available. These are quintessentially signs of fall in Michigan. October brings ghosts and goblins but it also brings the very important reminder […]

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October Client of the Month: James Gano

This month we introduce you to James Gano. He has been a patient of Affinity Home Care Agency using the nursing and physical therapy services. Jim suffers from congestive heart failure and type 2 diabetes. He is progressing very well and will actually be released from home care in October. He is one of the […]

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October Employee of the Month: Karen Simonich

Employee: Karen Simonich This month Affinity Home Care Agency is thrilled to introduce you to one of our amazing physical therapists, Karen Simonich. Karen has been with Affinity for about 6 years. She has loved the opportunity to help people in their homes to regain strength and mobility. Being welcomed into people’s homes, Karen realizes […]

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On September 30, Affinity Home Care Agency partnered with CVS and hosted a flu shot clinic at Richardson Community Center. We socially distanced, took all the necessary precautions, timed all the interactions and even gave shots while people stayed in their cars to reduce their risks!  WOW!  It was an amazing event protecting our area […]

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October: Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The color pink is all around us in October. We see buttons, ribbons, shirts, you name it. If it can be pink, we have turned it pink. Creating awareness is just the beginning of fighting the disease that affects 1 in 8 women. By raising awareness we have begun […]

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Breast Cancer and Covid-19

Since March of this year we know that our lifestyles have changed. Some activities and routines are returning to something that resembles “normal”. The way we socialize, gather and even run errands have changed and we have adapted for the most part. However, healthy lifestyles have suffered. In October we focus on breast cancer awareness. […]

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In Home Care Scope of Care Guidelines

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