In-Home Care

An entire spectrum of care – Senior Living that’s Happy, Healthy, & Safe

Our trained caregivers provide assistance and support for just about every non-medical, personal, and social need your loved one may have. Our goal is to help seniors stay in their own homes as long as possible. And if your loved one is unable to stay in their home, we can help match them with the very best assisted living facility to suit their needs and preferences.

Why our caregivers are the best

Always Best Care Madison employs all our caregivers, so we conduct extensive background and reference checks. Our caregivers are also bonded and insured for your safety. They all receive extensive training upon being hired and on-going training to keep up with the demand of our industry. What this means for you is that you will receive some of the best caregivers our industry has to offer.

Alzheimer’s and other dementia

Caring for a person with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia is a challenging task. Each day brings new demands in coping with changing levels of ability and new patterns of behavior. At Always Best Care Madison, we know that extra attention and care must accompany every service we provide. With that being said, our caregivers are receiving ongoing training to better serve our Alzheimer patients and their families.

Aging-in-place

You’re not alone if you are considering staying in the comforts of your home. A survey states that nine out of ten individuals want to enjoy the perks of aging-in-place. Today, aging-in-place is not as easy as it once used to be. Family members are challenged for time or skills necessary to provide the care their loved one may need. More importantly, as one ages the need for additional services and time increase exponentially. This is why Always Best Care Madison is determined to provide you peace of mind from day one.

Below is a list of our scope of services

COMPANIONSHIP SERVICES

  • Provide respite care
  • Monitor diet and eating
  • Stimulate mental awareness
  • Companionship and conversation
  • Supervise home maintenance
  • Prepare grocery lists
  • Mail bills and letters
  • Plan visits, outings and trips
  • Assist with entertaining
  • Answer the door and phone
  • Maintain calendar
  • Assist with evening tuck-in
  • Check food expirations
  • Reminisce about the past
  • Provide reminders for appointments
  • Care for houseplants
  • Oversee home deliveries
  • Assist with clothing selections
  • Discuss current and historical events
  • Play games and cards
  • Record and arrange recipes
  • Clip coupons for shopping
  • Monitor TV usage
  • Buy magazines, papers and books
  • Rent and play movies
  • Visit neighbors and friends
  • Read religious material
  • Maintain family scrapbook
  • Record family history
HOME HELPER SERVICES

  • Provide Alzheimer’s/dementia care
  • Aid with morning wake-up
  • Assist with evenings and tuck-in
  • Arrange appointments
  • Provide medication reminders
  • Aid with reading
  • Assist with walking
  • Organize mail
  • Change linens and make beds
  • Write letters and correspondence
  • Plan, prepare and clean up meals
  • Escort for shopping, errands and appointments
  • Drop off and pick up dry cleaning
  • Pick up prescriptions
  • Organize and clean closets
  • Assist with pet care
  • Shop for groceries and supplies
  • Prepare future meals
  • Accompany to lunch or dinner
  • Dusting vacuuming and sweeping
  • Attend plays and concerts
  • Attend meeting and sporting events
  • Escort to religious services
PERSONAL CARE SERVICES (assistance only)

  • Eating
  • Grooming
  • Dressing
  • Bathing
  • Incontinence/toileting
  • Cognitive impairments
  • Mobility
  • Medication reminders

How clients fund our services

There are a variety of ways clients finance in-home care including…..

  1. Personal or retirements savings
  2. Long-term care insurance
  3. Medicaid waiver programs
  4. Veterans administration programs
  5. Family funds
  6. Home equity loans, reverse mortgages, other financing