Independent Living Services - Woman in Wheelchair

Living Independently in the Community

Trusted Caregivers for 40 Years - Caregiver With Her Patient

Trusted Caregivers for          40 Years and FREE Falls Prevention and Safety Assessment

Promoting Wellness and Preventing Illness - Nurse With A Patient

Promoting Wellness and Preventing Illness

Ability...Not Disability

Ensuring the rights of all persons with disabilities to live and function as independently as possible in the community of their choice.

We are Society’s Assets

Society’s Assets provides a full range of affordable services to promote living independently in the community. Assistance can range from a telephone consultation about your transportation needs to staff completing simple, weekly household tasks or daily personal care, and even to a nurse setting up and administering medications or assessing, managing and teaching a client with diabetes or heart disease. Established in 1974, Society's Asets is a private, nonprofit organization.

Society’s Assets provides a full range of affordable services to promote living independently in the community.

We have well-trained, qualified staff members already providing independent living services to people across southeastern Wisconsin. Our registered nurses, certified nursing assistants, personal care workers, care coordinators, certified aging in place specialist, social workers, and support staff are dedicated individuals who are ready to make a positive impact on your life.  Give us a call today; we are ready to answer your questions.

Society's Assets Bruce Nelsen, Executive Director  Society's Assets - Celebrating 40 Years Serving Our Community

News and Notes

We share information that can help you or someone you know gain or maintain independence.
Assistive Devices and Technology - Telephone

Assistive Devices and Technology

Continue to do the things you enjoy every day with help from assistive technology.
2013 Winning Entry

Students Invited to Participate in Art Contest

Students in grades K - 12 are invited to participate in the 16th annual Youth Art Contest sponsored by Society's Assets.
An Insightful Read - Making Rounds with Oscar

An Insightful Read

How does a cat named Oscar have such an impact on the lives of people with dementia and Alzheimer's disease?