Non-Medical In-Home Care in Madison, Wisconsin

Fueled by the rapid aging of Madison’s baby boom cohort, the demand for non-medical in-home care is higher than ever. According to demographers, 1 in 5 Americans will be over the age of 65 by 2030. But Madison, WI is already ahead of the curve: by next year, 20.4% of Dane County residents will be seniors (Jones, 2017, p. 34).

But old age isn’t the only reason Wisconsinites require care at home. Non-medical in-home care plans also improve the safety, comfort, and quality of life of adults whose illness, injury, or disability pose challenges to independent living.

Whatever your Loved one’s Care Need, Always Best Care Madison can Help.

Though every plan is tailored to the individual, Always Best Care Madison’s non-medical in-home care plans typically include:

  • Medication reminders
  • Companionship services
  • Meal preparation
  • Cleaning and housekeeping
  • Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs)
  • Alzheimer’s/dementia care
  • Acting as “personal assistant” (scheduling appointments, organizing mail, writing correspondence, etc)
  • Providing transportation
  • Running errands
  • Escort to events, appointments, and religious services

Whether you require just a few hours of respite per week, or your loved one needs long-term, live-in assistance, our custom care plans offer the perfect solution. We require no 4-hour minimums or lengthy contracts; we stay flexible so we can ensure your loved one’s continuity of care at all times.

Our team has formed strong relationships with Dane County’s care community, including social workers, hospitals, doctors, assisted living facilities, and more.

These relationships, along with our bonded, insured, and highly-trained in-home caregivers, allow Always Best Care Madison to provide your family with the highest quality of non-medical in-home care, whenever and wherever it’s needed.

Call (608)-315-2378 today to book your non-medical in-home care consultation or click here to book online.

References

Jones, J. (2017). The Implications of an Aging Population for Dane County Programs and Services. County of Dane, Wisconsin. Retrieved from https://board.countyofdane.com/documents/pdf/Presentation–1-12-17–Implications%20of%20Aging%20for%20County%20Services%20and%20Programs_v1%20[Read-Only].pdf