All services provided by Northwoods Caregivers are covered by the Homecare Bill of Rights – Click here to view
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.