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Family owned and operated for over 20 years, Assured brings exceptional quality and
compassionate care to patients in Southeast Michigan.

Home Health

Assured is staffed with highly trained physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech/language pathologists and a skilled nursing department. Our team will perform evaluations, plan treatment programs, educate/ supervise patients and their family under the direction of your physician.


We can imagine the difficulty of being told by a medical professional that “nothing more can be done for you.” This is a scary and often shocking realization to patients and families. They may ask themselves “So what do we do now?” This is a question that we can help to answer through Hospice Care Education.


Our staff is committed to providing essential patient care. All staff are monitored daily for any signs and symptoms of illness. Our staff are trained on the appropriate PPE and are compliant with the use of face masks, anti-bacterial soap, hand sanitizer, paper towels and proper precautions and bag technique.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Hospice Care

Our comprehensive program includes: care- giving education, respite care for family and caregiver, community support and resources and bereavement support.

Registered nurses, social workers, spiritual care, durable medical equipment, music therapy and personal care aides.

Hospice care is for people who can no longer benefit from regular medical treatment and are likely in their final months of life. Goal of hospice care is to provide comfort, palliative care for terminally ill individuals while allowing them as well as their families to focus on their personal and spiritual needs as they prepare for the end of life.

Home Care

Home Care is covered 100% by your insurance. You will never have to pay an out-of-pocket cost for our homecare services. 

Physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, skilled nursing, medical social worker and diabetes/nutrition.

The main difference between occupational therapy and physical therapy is that OT focuses on improving a client’s ability to perform activities of daily living (ADL) and PT focuses on improving a client’s ability to perform movement of the human body. An occupational therapist treats the whole person. Whether they’re recovering from injuries or have developmental or cognitive disabilities affecting their motor skills, emotions or behavior, OTs are helping people to fully engage in daily life.

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Assured Care Home Health
Office: (248) 262-2200
Fax: (248) 262-2208

Assured Hospice Care
Office: (248) 262-2205
Fax: (248) 864-8369