All services provided by Northwoods Caregivers are covered by the Homecare Bill of Rights
Check out the following brochures!
Volunteers provide services such as transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping assistance and friendly visiting to seniors and people living with a disability. Transportation Fees apply to the Carereceiver and are based on a sliding fee scale, according to their household income. All volunteers receive Mileage Reimbursement, recognition and are covered under the program’s liability insurance.
In-home respite care is provided to individuals who are caring for a loved one and just need a break! Northwoods Caregiver Respite Providers are Certified Nursing Assistants, RN’s or LPN’s and have all passed several background and reference checks. Care is based on a fee per home and may be paid by county AC/EW payments.
Homemaking services are provided to seniors and disabled individuals who are in need of assistance with daily household duties (laundry, cleaning, cooking, etc). Services are available on a Private Pay basis or thru the Alternative Care/Elderly Waiver programs thru your county. Each Homemaker has passed several background and reference checks.
Aging Life Care Management
An Aging Life Care Manager is a health and human service specialist who is a guide, advocate and resource in the care of an older adult or person with disabilities. Aging Life Care Managers have expertise in 8 areas of knowledge: Health & Disability, Financial Management & Assistance, Crisis Intervention, Elder Housing, Family Meetings & Relationships, Local Resources, Service & Benefit Advocacy and Legal Concerns.
First City Visitation Service:
The mission of First City is to offer a positive, safe, child-friendly and neutral site where children and parents can experience supervised visitations or exchanges that are safe and conflict free. Services are provided on a sliding fee scale. Click on the “First City Visitation Services” tab for more information.