What is a Personal Care Worker?

 - Grocery shopping

 - Hygiene Support and Monitoring

 - Providing Companionship

 - Fall Prevention

 - Feeding Assistance

 - Incontinence Support

 - Exercise and Stretching Support

 - Escorting to Appointments

Mobility Assistance


How do I become a Personal Care Worker?

If you are currently taking care of an elderly or disabled friend or family member you may be eligible to be paid for the essential services that you are providing. The following qualifications are necessary to become employed as a Personal Care Worker:


  • The person you are taking care of is elderly or an adult with disabilities
  • The person you are taking care of is enrolled in Medicaid (contact us to find out if their benefit covers Personal Care Services)
  • The person you are taking care of has a referral for in home care from their primary physician


Please contact us today at (414) 365-9108 if you meet these qualifications or complete our online request for services form by clicking the button below.

Personal Care Worker

​- Meal Prep

- Laundry

- Medication Reminders

- Bathing Assistance

- Dressing Assistance

 - Mobility Assistance

- Nail Care

- Light Housekeeping



A Personal Care Worker provides a range of services related to assisting the elderly and disabled adults with activities of daily living necessary to keep them in their homes. These vital services may include: 

5600 W Brown Deer Rd,Suite 103,Brown Deer, WI 53223              414-365-9108            info@spcsmilwaukee.com

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SUPPORTIVE PERSONAL CARE SERVICES LLC
5600 W BROWN DEER RD STE 103BROWN DEER, WI53223US
Phone: 414-365-9108 Website: http://www.spcsmilwaukee.com/