Home Care Services
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
In-Home Care for Your Loved One
In-home care makes it possible for senior citizens living in Hartford, Wisconsin to handle old age in a dignified and comfortable manner. Home Helpers Senior Home Care is dedicated to delivering outstanding home care assistance to the elderly. Our services include companionship, assistance in daily activities, health care management, and tailor-made services for those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
At Home Helpers, we know that old age is inevitable, and so are the challenges that come along with it; therefore it is important to have a reliable plan, and this includes considering elderly care for you or your loved one in Hartford. When it comes to a point where independent living is starting to become a burden, there’s no shame in seeking out a home care service that can properly assess and manage your needs.
Home Care: Professionally Trained, Trustworthy and Compassionate Caregivers
Our company is a highly-recognized provider of superior home care services. We only employ individuals who can meet our high standards when it comes to personalized home health care. We see to it that each and every one of our caregivers are strictly evaluated to determine if they are qualified to represent our company. They must value the importance of building relationships with our clients, and so we hire individuals who genuinely enjoy spending time with senior citizens, and those who sincerely want to make the lives of our elderly clients better and more comfortable. It is important for us that every caregiver’s personality and attitude complements those of our senior clients. And although our services are limited to non-medical assistance and concerns, we make sure all our employees are knowledgeable in first aid and CPR. We also bond our caregivers as an added measure of security.
Home Helpers Home Care: Making Life Easier
Sometimes, the only thing a senior needs is to be surrounded by the love of family and friends. Allowing them to age graciously while living their life in Hartford in the comfort of home can spell a huge difference, especially in their overall outlook towards living and growing old. It is important for them to experience a comfortable life, made easier with the help of someone professionally-trained to target their needs, ranging from the most mundane to the most complicated. It is also important to focus on the varying changes to physical and mental health, emotional well-being, and overall happiness. Caregivers aren’t just there to provide physical care. The attention and presence of an individual, sincerely dedicated to improving a senior’s life can impact him in more ways than one can imagine.
For family members who are finding it hard to juggle their personal lives while caring for their elderly loved ones, hiring the services of an in-home care provider can guarantee the safety and care of their loved ones while they tend to their own. The compassionate and well-trained caregivers of Home Helpers Senior Home Care can provide competent in-home care and companionship, 24/7, to every kind of senior in Hartford.
Our home care services are also available in Mequon, Milwaukee, Fox Point, Bayside, River Hills, Whitefish Bay, Cedarburg, Germantown, Grafton, Menomonee Falls, Brown Deer, Port Washington, Wauwatosa, West Bend, Sussex, West Allis, Butler, Colgate, Fredonia, Greendale, Hales Corners, Saukville, Slinger, Richfield, Jackson, Thiensville, and Hubertus.
Hartford is a city in Washington and Dodge counties in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 14,223. All of this population resided in the Washington County portion of the city.
John Thiel and Nicolas Simon first surveyed the area that would become Hartford in 1843. James and Charles Rossman accompanied Nicolas Simon back to Hartford in 1844, and soon bought 40 acres around the rapids of the Rubicon River. After constructing a dam across rapids in the river, the Rossmans built a sawmill that harnessed the power of the water to make lumber for the growth of the area. Rails were laid in 1855 that linked Chicago, Milwaukee, La Crosse and Minneapolis until the early 1900s.