You can also call the appointment center to schedule, change or cancel an appointment or ask questions.
Are you recovering from an accident or illness? Could you use help with household tasks?
We can assist you to remain in your own home.
Our commitment is to enrich your quality of life by helping with your day-to-day activities. Care-giving families and individuals can also rely on Helping Hands for a much-needed break. Knowing that a consistent and competent companion is scheduled provides peace of mind and security.
The Helping Hands program has been offered through Beaumont since 1992.
Our staff selection process is an important part of our care. Our top priority is to provide an employee you are comfortable with and who is competent and reliable. Each employee is carefully screened and selected by investigating the following credentials:
Our services are based on your individual needs. We work hard to provide care that is flexible and personalized just for you. Our staff can provide a listening ear, cheerful conversation and companionship as well as assisting with the everyday tasks that help you remain safe and comfortable. Available services include:
Companion visits can be scheduled any time of the day including morning, afternoon, evening or overnight. Visits are scheduled in blocks of three or more hours, up to 24 hours and are available seven days a week. Our companions will help you in any setting including your home, senior apartment, nursing home or hospital.
Extended Visit (discounted hourly rate)
Two Person Visit (slightly higher rate)
Errands and transportation can be provided during any of the above visits. Mileage is charged when the client requests errands or transportation. The employee's personal vehicle is typically used.
For more information, please call 248-743-6667. A limited number of scholarships are available for qualified low-income individuals requiring transportation for Beaumont appointments.
Could You UseBeaumont Helping Hands?
Call 248-743-6667 Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.