Wisconsin Personal Care Services Activities Of Daily Living Assistance Expanded

Heritage Health Services have announced that they offer professional, personalized and affordable personal care services in Wisconsin. The services are ideal for anyone in the Wisconsin area struggling with the activities of daily living (ADL) and needing personal, high-quality care for loved ones.

Mount Pleasant, United States - April 21, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Heritage Health Services announced the expansion of their professional, affordable personal care services in Wisconsin. Heritage Health Services provides caregiving services to the counties of Racine, Kenosha, Ozaukee, Milwaukee, Dane, Dodge, Jefferson, Rock, Walworth, Washington, and Waukesha. This makes the service perfect for anyone that is struggling with care in these areas of Wisconsin.

For more information, visit: https://wihhs.com

Heritage Health Services is a personal care agency that is dedicated to serving personal care to the people of Wisconsin. The company works with Medicaid HMOs and are accepting new private pay clients as well as individuals that receive Title 19, BadgerCare and Medicaid.

What many in Wisconsin do not realize is that Under Wisconsin Law, personal care aides can even be loved ones or friends of the person receiving care and that they can get paid if they meet certain guidelines.

Heritage Health Services specializes in helping make sure these friends and family personal care aides meet these criteria so that they can get paid. Often times they can get paid for work they are already doing for free.

Anyone that needs care will know that day to day activities and life can be taken for granted and can become a real problem. The likes of dressing, bathing, meal preparation and even meal eating can become very difficult. Heritage Health Services are specialists in confident, personalized in-home care services that can help to improve wellbeing and make these problems much easier to live with.

As part of its commitment to be the best at home care and personal care services, Heritage Health Services offers a free home assessment for new clients.

Customers will find that when registering for specialized in-home care, Heritage Health Services will provide a registered nurse-led support team in order to work side by side with customers to help make a unique customized personal plan of care. This helps to meet all individual specific care needs, as everyone will need different levels of care.

Customers will also see the huge range of care services available. For instance there is help with morning and evening routines, which covers the likes of help getting out of bed, to dressing assistance and food preparation and eating assistance.

In addition to this there is personal hygiene assistance, incontinence care, and restroom help, transfer to and from wheelchairs and getting in and out of bed, and many more personal home-care services.

Full details can be found at the URL above. Interested parties can get in touch using the contact details provided.

Contact Info:
Name: Rachel Johnson
Email: info@wihhs.com
Organization: Heritage Health Services
Address: 6634 Durand Avenue, Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin 53406, United States
Phone: +1-262-554-8800

For more information, please visit https://wihhs.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 334787

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