What is a Personal Care Worker?
A Personal Care Worker provides personal assistance to elderly or disabled adults with their day-to-day tasks.
For someone who is elderly or disabled, effortless activities become too difficult to do without assistance. It is better to ask help from someone who you can rely on, like a friend or a family member.
At Supportive Personal Care Services in Wisconsin, we can provide comprehensive caregiving training to the caregiver of your choice, be it someone who is close to you and willing to give you assistance on a long or short-term basis. Through our training, they will be equipped with the skills and knowledge on how to properly give personal support.
Personal care workers or caregivers render services related to assisting the elderly or disabled patients with their activities of the daily living. Visit our Services page to know about the services performed.
How Do I Become a Personal Care Worker?
If you are currently taking care of a friend or a family member who is an elderly or is disabled, you can be qualified to get paid for your services. As such, our caregiving training will allow you to enhance the quality of care you are giving.
Provided are the necessary qualifications to become a personal care worker:
- The patient you’re taking care of must be an elderly or a person with disability.
- Your patient must be enrolled in Medicaid.
- Your patient should have a referral for in-home care program from their physician.
If you meet these qualifications, click the button below to request for our services. For more inquiries, don’t hesitate to contact us at 414-365-9108.