We at Home Care Assistance of Wisconsin are acutely aware of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 and are staying abreast of developments in the interest of our clients and our staff. We are fully engaged in closely monitoring the health of our clients and caregivers, as well as dedicated to proper precautions and sanitation techniques to prevent the spread of the virus. We know the population we serve is especially susceptible to COVID-19 and are taking extraordinary measures to ensure our clients are safe, happy, and healthy.

Our caregivers are routinely trained in proper hand-washing techniques as well as sanitation measures. We are also closely monitoring our staff’s health and will remain vigilant in the pursuit of providing only the very best care for our valued clients. As healthcare professionals, we continue to serve our clients in both independent and assisted living environments where family members and the general public may no longer gain admittance. We also understand that enforced quarantines can be stressful and emotionally-charged for the families of our clients; please know that we understand your worry and will do everything in our power to ease the minds of family members by providing the highest caliber of care to our clients.

Thankfully, home care is by far the best way to reduce the risk of your loved one contracting the coronavirus. Limited contact and social distancing can be strictly observed thanks to the services Home Care Assistance of Wisconsin provides. If you are concerned about the environment in which your aging loved one resides, especially as the effects of the coronavirus continue to evolve, please call us at (414) 964-8000. One of our dedicated Care Managers will be happy to assist you in finding the proper, safe, at-home care your loved one requires.

Moments likes these compel us to work together to find a common solution. Home Care Assistance of Wisconsin believes it is of utmost importance to address these concerns before they evolve any further; please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns you may have regarding the care of a loved one. We, as always, are here to help.