- Assistance with care in your home - Home Health, Hospice or Personal Care Agencies.
- Alternatives to living in your current home – Assisted Living, Nursing Homes, and Facilities Serving People with Developmental Disabilities.
Information provided for each county includes, but is not limited to:
- Directories of providers
- Assisted Living Facility Profiles – designed to provide an overview of the results of inspections completed by the Division of Quality Assurance (DQA)
- Nursing Home Consumer Information Reports – includes identification of facility specific federal violations issued and staffing information
- State and county-specific resources
Provider Search: Locate a health or residential care provider and view survey (inspection and investigations) results. The official survey report issued by DQA is called a Statement of Deficiencies (SOD). A provider’s response to the SOD, when violations have been cited, is called a Plan of Correction (POC). A three-year history of SODs and POCs is available for most provider types.
Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC): ADRCs provide information on broad range of programs and services, help people understand the various long term care options available to them, help people apply for programs and benefits, and serve as the access point for publicly-funded long term care. These services can be provided at the ADRC, via telephone, or through a home visit, whichever is more convenient to the individual seeking help.
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If you do not know what county a community is in, please see Wisconsin Cities, Villages, Townships and Unincorporated Places (PDF)