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caretaker cleaning the floor with a mop while a senior woman sitting on the sofaWe are all about providing exceptional quality home health care services that are guaranteed to improve the lives of our patients and their families at home. While our services especially cater to the everyday needs of our clients, they also benefit their loved ones as well.

Supportive Care
  • Transportation Arrangements
  • Organizing Clothes in the Closet
  • Mailing Letters
  • Shopping for Food
  • Doing the Dishes
  • Change Linens
  • Care for House Pets
  • Tidying the Bedroom
  • Check Food Freshness
  • Running Errands for the Client
  • Bathroom Clean-Up
  • Care for Houseplants
  • Doing the Laundry
  • Going to the Pharmacy
  • Iron Clothes
  • Dusting and Vacuuming
  • Daily Trash Disposal
Personal Care
  • Reminding Client to Take Medication
  • Personal Hygiene Assistance
  • Standby Assistance with Morning and Evening Routines
  • Mobility Assistance
  • Help with Getting In or Out of Bed
  • Transportation
  • Dressing Assistance
  • Home Safety Supervision
  • Meal Planning and Preparation
  • Exercise Programs

In-Home Respite Care

  • Caregiver Education
  • Community Support & Resources
  • Companionship
  • Continued Education for Patient and Family
  • Dressing & Hygiene Assistance
  • Emotional Support
  • Individualized Plan of Care
  • Laundry
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Meal Preparation
  • Medication Reminders
  • Ongoing Assessment
  • Respite Care
  • Toileting
  • Transportation to Medical Appointments

Home Health Aide

All our home health aides are certified and registered prior to delivering patient care. They have all attended a minimum of 12 hours of training each year.

Duties and Responsibilities

A home health aide assists in providing nursing care by performing simple unskilled nursing tasks. Activities may include:

  • Assisting with activities of daily living.
  • Encouraging client in self-help.
  • Following through on use of special equipment.
  • Complex transfers
  • Turning and positioning patients.
  • Assisting with ambulation.
  • Assisting client to follow exercise program.
  • Assisting with range of motion exercises.
  • Assisting client to chair, bed commode
  • Giving bedpan and urinal.
  • Assisting/giving bath: Complete, Partial, Tub, Shower
  • Measuring and recording intake and output.
  • Giving back rubs.
  • Providing oral hygiene including care of dentures.
  • Providing care of the hair.
  • Changing bed linen.
  • Taking and recording TPR
  • Changing simple dressings (non-sterile technique).
  • Preparing simple meals following dietary instructions.
  • Assisting with eating.
  • Maintaining clean and neat environment.
  • Informing supervisor of any change in client condition or family situation.

Contact Information

7720 west Burleigh Street Milwaukee WI 53222

Phone: 414-461-2600 Fax: 414-461-8690 Email: