Message to Our Caregivers

By April 3, 2020Uncategorized

ExpertCare Employees,

On behalf of the ExpertCare administration I want to thank you for your hard work and dedication. I’m humbled at the bravery, tireless effort and commitment demonstrated by our caregivers and therapists. Each of you continue to provide essential support services and care for our clients.  Now more than ever the work you do is crucial to our highly vulnerable population of clients who depend on you.

Last week you provided services to 607 clients throughout Oakland, Macomb, Wayne, Genesee, Livingston, and Washtenaw county! The tireless commitment has not gone unnoticed.  I deeply appreciate your dedication as ExpertCare’s front line staff and I am grateful for your work!

During this time of PPE shortages, we all need to do our part to conserve and use PPE appropriately so that it is available where it is most needed.  ExpertCare has a limited supply of surgical masks, gloves and hand sanitizer.  If you are in need of PPE or hand sanitizer, please contact our office to coordinate pick up or shipment.  The office number is 248-643-8900.

If you would like additional training to improve infection control and prevention practices please send an email to

As we continue to provide services, it is crucial we continue to take preventative measures and self-monitor for signs of illness consistent with COVID-19. If you have symptoms of an illness please contact your primary care health provider or the local health department and do not report to work.  Please notify ExpertCare at 248-643-8900 if you are unable to report to your shift.

The ExpertCare team is still maintaining our daily business operations and coordination of services to ensure individuals who depend on us are receiving the support services they need. We encourage you to contact the office at 248-643-8900 if you have any questions or concerns.

You have our heartfelt appreciation and gratitude for the work you do each day.

Stay safe and healthy,

Lauren Sclesky



Please also see the COVID-19 flyer from MDHHS on what to do if you think you may have been exposed the virus.



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