Our Mission at First Class Home Care Inc.

We are a Michigan based company Specializing in caring for individuals with Spinal cord  and Traumatic Brain Injuries due to Auto Accidents. We currently look forward to providing people with catastrophic disabilities first class home care, in the privacy of their homes along with massage therapy and transportation services. With integrity We act openly and truthfully in all that we do and comply with laws and regulations. We Compassionately care about others' needs. We value long-term relationships by being committed to listening, respecting and responding to our customers' needs. With Innovation we find solutions and are resourceful in meeting customers' needs. We have financially responsibility to continue to grow and prosper to ensure long-term opportunities for our employees and customers.

Building Relationships that Work

At First Class Home Care Inc., we are dedicated team that puts your care first. Like any relationship, you need consistency, respect, empathy and dedication. Having first hand knowledge of what qualifies as good care, gives our company an advantage. We make sure that your caregiver is the right match for you. Just as important, we ensure that our caregivers are trained to handle your situation. Our company offers diverse work staff to accommodate your needs, Skilled Nursing including: RN, LPN, CNA, HHA, MA, MORC trained. Come join our team whether you sustained a injury yourself or you are a dedicated caregiver.

Contact Details

First Class Home Care Inc.
43050 12 Oaks Crescent Dr
#2022, Novi, MI 48377

(248) 380-7506


Our Services Deliver a Variety of Support Care

These services are invaluable to clients who need personal companion care assistance with their daily activities, or who simply need supervision. Dedicated to the standards of kindheartedness and efficiency, our caregivers are trained to help our clients with:
• Activities of daily living
• Ambulation
• Assistive/adaptive devices
• Personal Care including assistance with bathing, dressing & grooming
• Housekeeping & Laundry
• Meal Preparation & Grocery Shopping
• Errands & Transportation
• Medication Reminders & Management
• Companionship & Conversation
• Supervision
• 24 Hour Care
• Nursing
• Arrange Appointments
• Provide medication reminders
• Aid with reading
• Assist with walking
• Write letters and Correspondence
• Organize mail
• Change linens
• Plan, prepare and clean up meals
• Make beds
• Drop off and pick up dry cleaning
• Pick up prescriptions
• Organize and clean closets
• Assist with pet care
• Shop for groceries and supplies
• Prepare future meals
• Escort to appointments
• Escort for shopping and errands
• Escort to religious services
• attend club meetings and sporting events
Home Health Aide, Personal Companion Care services can be provided for as much as 24 hours a day, seven days a week, or for shorter intervals. A customized care plan will be developed to meet any client’s circumstances or needs.

We Specialize in

Specialized Home Care

With our in-home care services, we provide a customized regimen of care that focuses on individual needs and personal environments. Some of these special care conditions include:

Spinal cord injury

Sustaining a spinal cord injury can be life changing, but it doesn't have to mean the end of a life lived independently in your own home. We specialise in providing tailored care and support to clients with spinal injuries, helping them to lead as full and independent a life as possible, from the comfort of their own home.

What is spinal cord injury?



Sustaining a spinal cord injury can be life changing, but it doesn't have to mean the end of a life lived independently in your own home. We specialise in providing tailored care and support to clients with spinal injuries, helping them to lead as full and independent a life as possible, from the comfort of their own home.


Symptoms can vary widely depending on where the spinal cord has been damaged. Symptoms can include: pain, numbness, loss of sensation, paralysis, incontinence, loss of breathing and diaphragm function, autonomic dysreflexia, muscle wastage.

How can we help?

Spinal cord injuries can have a lasting impact on the people that sustain them, and the people closest to them. We work closely with our clients and their families to put support in place that is tailored to their needs and choices. We all like to do things a little differently. That’s why we take great care to make sure each of our clients receives the kind of care that works for them. Our expert team of nurses assess every client’s clinical and social requirements to develop a speacialized, comprehensive care and lifestyle plan. We'll then pair our personal care assistants with our clients, based on interests and personality matching, because building strong working relationships not only puts our clients at ease, it's key to delivering an excellent, safe service. Our personal care assistants are able to deliver specialist support for spinal injury, including: ventilator care, wound care, respiratory and gastrostomy management, naso-gastric feeding, and medication administration, with the ongoing support and supervision from our nursing team. We're committed to providing exceptional care through clinical excellence; our nurse-led teams ensure that we're always upholding the highest standards of quality care for our clients, through regular monitoring, review, and training.


Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a complex injury with a broad spectrum of symptoms that can cause a number of impairments or disabilities. The impact of a TBI on a person and his or her family can be devastating, since this injury is not only physical, but can cause mental and emotional challenges in the patient. Having a brain injury is life changing for those injured, and the people closest to them. Having expert support in place can help make managing that change a little easier. At First Class Home Care, we take a flexible approach to supporting clients with a brain injury to live independently in their own homes. We tailor our services to each individual’s unique needs, choices and circumstances; providing the support they need, designed around them.


What is brain injury?

Brain injuries fall into two categories, acquired brain injury (ABI) or traumatic brain injury (TBI).



Brain injury Acquired brain injury can result from conditions including stroke, brain tumours, infection, poisoning, hypoxia, ischemia, encephalopathy or substance abuse.



Traumatic brain injury results from physical trauma, for example, an accident, assault, or neurosurgery.


How can we help?

Brain injuries have both a physical and emotional impact on those that sustain them. In some cases they can lead to permanent disability and can impact on an individual’s understanding, emotions and behaviour, potentially creating complex health care needs and changing lives forever.
Our in-house complex behaviour team is invaluable in supporting our brain injury clients. They provide dedicated, expert support to clients, families, and our teams of personal care assistants. The team has long-standing experience of working with clients with brain injury, and the challenging behaviour that often results from such an injury.
Providing stability and continuity of care to our clients is central to our approach. We achieve this through careful recruitment of the care team, ongoing supervision and training, and strong communication with the client and their family. Brain injury can have far-reaching consequences, affecting those closest to an individual who has been injured - partners, families and friends. Recovering and rebuilding can be a challenging time; that’s why we work closely with each of our clients and their loved ones to provide support, develop strong relationships, and focus on enabling clients to achieve maximum independence and follow their chosen lifestyle.


Related Health conditions we help manage:


Autonomic dysreflexia (AD)

is a condition in which your involuntary nervous system overreacts to external or bodily stimuli. It’s also known as autonomic hyperreflexia. This reaction causes:
• A dangerous spike in blood pressure
• Rapid Heartbeat
• Constriction of your peripheral blood vessels
• Other changes in your body’s autonomic functions


The condition is most commonly seen in people with spinal cord injuries above the sixth thoracic vertebra, or T6. It may also affect people who have multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, and some head or brain injuries. AD can also be a side effect of medication or drug use.


is a serious condition that’s considered a medical emergency. It can be life-threatening and result in:

• Stroke
• Retinal Hemorrhage
• Cardiac Arrest
• Pulmonary Edema

Hypertension / Blood Pressure

When blood pressure is not controlled you are at risk of heart attack, stroke, chronic kidney disease and even problems with your vision. One of the ways you can help prevent and control high blood pressure is to make some lifestyle changes. This can often mean a combination of medication, light exercise and diet changes. Often, a single blood pressure drug may not be enough to control your blood pressure, and you may need to take two or more drugs. It is very important that you take the medications prescribed to you. If you have side effects, your health care provider can substitute a different medication.


Ventilator Care

Home care nurses are often faced with providing specialty care to adult and pediatric patients with medically complex needs. The most complicated of these patients require the use of a ventilator in order to maintain adequate breathing to sustain their life. Patients with this level of need require a competent nurse with current knowledge of and experience with the latest medical technology and the ability to work with patients and their families who are experiencing the challenges associated with life with a ventilator.


Wound Care

Wound care has become one of the fastest growing needs for home care services. Interim’s home care clinicians are trained and experienced in wound management, the healing process, and the selection and use of effective wound products and devices.


Mental Health and Depression

When most people think of home health care, they most often imagine only physical injuries or illnesses. However, mental health is an important part of our overall health and can directly affect our physical well being or health. Mental illness requires diagnosis and treatment just as physical conditions do.


Paraplegia and Quadriplegia

For quadriplegia, caregivers can assist with a loved one's daily hygiene. And if there are any medical needs, Skilled Nursing is available in many areas as allowed by state law.

Massage Therapy


First Class Home Care Inc. Offers therapeutic restorative rehabilitation services to clients throughout the state of Michigan.
It’s our experience that therapeutic massage in most cases will aid in the healing process And help with comprehensive pain management.
We are always staffed with qualified caring State licensed massage therapists who will use a combination of educated techniques to bring you the most effective results for your health and well-being.



Michigan No-Fault auto insurance will in most cases cover therapeutic massage therapy for your injuries.

Many of our clients have found therapeutic massage therapy to be an effective treatment for pain and discomfort related to automobile-related injuries. The therapeutic massage modalities used may include:
• Manual Therapy
• Massage Treatment
• Myofascial Release
• Neuromuscular Re-Education
• Hot & Cold Packs



• Spinal Cord Injuries
• Closed Head Injury
• Whiplash
• Back Trauma
• Pain
• Limited Range of Motion


Neuromuscular Reeducation

The American Medical Association defines Neuromuscular Reeducation as the use of therapeutic techniques for the purpose of improving impaired movement, balance, coordination, decreased kinesthetic sense, and impaired proprioception.



Myofascial Release (or MFR) is a soft tissue therapy for the treatment of skeletal muscle immobility and pain. This alternative medicine therapy aims to relax contracted muscles, improve blood and lymphatic circulation, and stimulate the stretch reflex in muscles.



Massage Treatment involves working and acting on the body with pressure – structured, unstructured, stationary, or moving – tension, motion, or vibration, done manually or with mechanical aids.



Cold Pack Therapy is especially useful for sprains, strains, pulled muscles and pulled ligaments. Heat Pack Therapy is most commonly used for rehabilitation purposes. The therapeutic effects of heat include increasing the extensibility of collagen tissues, decreasing joint stiffness, reducing pain, relieving muscle spasms, reducing inflammation, edema and aids in the post acute phase of healing and increasing blood flow.


Please do not hesitate to ask your doctor about all of your treatment options. As long as you have a doctor’s prescription and your injuries warrant the need for soft tissue therapy (massage therapy), you should be able to get on a treatment plan covered in full by MI No-Fault insurance. How many massage sessions and how often you will be treated depends on the severity of your injury and your rate of healing. Clients can expect services to be performed competently in the client’s home by trained, insured, and bonded therapists.

Client Testimonials

  • If you can dream it, then you can achieve it.

    Zig Ziglar
  • Realize that if you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before.

    John Jackson

About the owner: Justin Sabbaugh

I am not only the owner at First Class Home Care Inc. I am also a patient. After sustaining a spinal cord injury in 1991 at the age of 18 in a auto accident leaving me quadrapliegic. I spent the first few years of this new life trying to figure out a system that worked for me. I bring 27 years of experience and knowledge to you and your loved ones.

Error boy
Your message was sent, thank you!