Perhaps aging or a disability means you need some assistance to live at home. You can still have personal dignity and independence. . . with just a little help. Help can range from simple, weekly household tasks to personal care, home health, and independent living needs. There are many situations that can beneift from services offered by Society's Assets. Here are some examples.
What type of assistance do you need to feel safe and comfortable in your home? What personal services do you require, and how often? What services or guidance would be helpful for reducing hospital stays and avoiding nursing home placement? Society's Assets is committed to preventing re-hospitalizations for persons coming home from the hospital. We can help with medication review and monitoring, follow-up to the doctor, making sure your home is accessible, and your nutritional and health needs. Our services are offered wherever "home" is - - including senior apartments and college campuses like the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater. Read on to learn more about the Home Care and Home Health services offered by Society's Assets.
Sometimes, people need help to continue living independently at home. Seniors and even younger people with disabilities live at home with assistance. Nursing homes and other residential facilities are not the only options. Remaining at home, in familiar surroundings, is also a possibility. Personalized long or short term care is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays. The minimum number of hours may be negotiable. If there is a service you would like, but you don't see it listed here, please call us.
These services can maintain your comfort, independence, and health.
We can help you keep your home running smoothly.
Nurses visit you at home to perform a full body assessment that includes vital signs, vision, hearing, absence/presence of pain, breathing, urinary/bowel incontinence, behavior, nutrition, and more. These are some of the services provided by SAI Home Health Care.
Just call the office nearest you with questions or to schedule an appointment for an assessment. Our professional and knowledgeable staff members will answer your questions and come to your home to design a plan that meets your needs. We will also accompany you to the home of a loved one who needs assistance to increase safety, comfort, and independence. Society's Assets is here to help you and your family.
Each staff member is carefully recruited and trained, then chosen to meet your needs with sensitivity and professionalism. All caregivers have completed thorough background checks and are bonded and insured for your safety.
Society's Assets is a Certified Wisconsin Medicaid Personal Care Provider for Forward Health, SSI Managed Care, Family Care, Partnership, IRIS, and Most Medicaid HMOs. Other funding sources include most long term care insurance plans, Veterans benefits, and private pay.
Great Communication - - We were very pleased with the services Society's Assets provided for my mom while she was still in her own home. At first, Mom didn't want the service, but she quickly changed her mind. Our family really appreciated the great communication from the staff. And scheduling flexibility was always an option. Judy (Served by the Society's Assets Racine Office)
Good Care - - I had a great experience with the aides from Society's Assets. They took good care of me. The extra help meant that I didn't have to rely only on family after having surgery. Sue Hughes (Served by the Society's Assets Kenosha Office)
A Normal Life - - We couldn't live a nomal life without the aides. They are in our home day and night to help my wife. I wasn't sure at first about having strangers in the house. But I have to keep working and now I can with help from the wonderful aides from Society's Assets. They are just awesome. Rich Swaney (Served by the Society's Assets Elkhorn Office)
Help When I Need It - - My aides are perfectionists. The help they provide me is wonderful. If every community had a group as good as you, this world would be perfect. Billie Gundlach (Served by the Society's Assets Kenosha Office)