CarePatrol Senior Placement Services in Wisconsin
We understand that this is probably a decision you don’t want to make alone. That’s why your CarePatrol Certified Senior Advisor will personally or virtually meet with you and guide you through the best senior housing communities based on your loved one’s individual needs*.
Less stress for you. Better options for your loved one.
Independent Living is there for those who need more socialization than living alone at home. They don’t require medical assistance, but may need a little help around the house. Let us help you find a Wisconsin Independent Living community.
Assisted Living is a residential facility that offers assistance with daily activities for people who are able to get around independently.
Often located in larger “assisted living” type of communities or in smaller residential settings, memory care facilities Nationwide and communities specialize in special needs care and may also have the actual building set up to enhance memory functions and to decrease potential confusion for memory care residents.
A nursing home is the highest care environment for today’s seniors that require the skilled nursing services of a physician, nurse, social worker, physical therapist, occupational therapist or a respiratory therapist. These facilities are mostly paid for by Medicare and Medicaid. A nursing home is usually used more for a short term rehabilitation stay than as a long term care facilities option unless the senior is on a Medicaid program.
Home care services allow a loved one to live safely in their home. In-home care services can help someone who is aging and needs assistance to live independently; is managing chronic health issues; is recovering from a medical setback; or has special needs or a disability.