Living well at home is easier with Ministry
Older adults and people with disabilities who want to stay at home have a new resource available. In addition to the long-standing medical services Ministry Home Care provides (including home health and hospice), they have introduced the Ministry Living Well. Ministry Living Well is a new, non-medical service that provides homemaker, companion, personal-care and certified nursing-aide services.
Ministry Living Well provides a wide array of services to help people thrive at home. All supportive care services include an assessment by a registered nurse to create a personalized plan and oversight of the services. Supportive care and outreach services include:
- Tailored Supportive Care includes personal care, transfer assistance, meal preparation and service, housekeeping, laundry, chauffeur services, medication reminders, respite care and much more.
- Long-Term Care at Home provides services in the home as an option to nursing home, assisted-living or rehabilitation facility admission.
- LifeCare provides follow-up on people who have been involved in medical or home care services. LifeCare provides proactive assistance with service alignment after a hospitalization or rehabilitation.
- Concierge Services helps people find pre-screened, credible resources to address their needs.
- The Fine Lines Social Community provides fun and meaningful social opportunities for anyone over the age of 50.
- The Fine Lines Learning Community offers continuous opportunities for education and support.
Currently, Ministry’s Living Well Program is being piloted in Marshfield and Wisconsin Rapids. Ministry Living Well will eventually expand to other communities across the Ministry Health Care service area.
For more information, call 715.389.9859 or visit ministrylivingwell.org.