Home & Community Services
Our caring team is available to help seniors and adults with disabilities in their own homes or in the community. We help with daily tasks like housekeeping, personal care, shopping and companionship, transportation, appointments, and much more.
We can also assist youth and adults with social skills, school tutoring, problem solving, job preparation, and more. Families also benefit from parent mentoring, anger management, reducing chaos in the home, and other needs to maintain or increase independence.
People who use our services are matched with a knowledgeable and compassionate team member. Your level of comfort with the care received is important to us, which is why we encourage you to meet with potential Curative Connections staff to see who you feel would be the best fit, even before services begin.
The levels of service we provide depends on people’s needs and wishes.
- Care for people with Alzheimer’s and all forms of dementia
- Grooming, bathing, dressing
- Housekeeping & errands
- Meal preparation
- Medication monitoring
- One-on-one care
- Personal care
- Socialization and recreation
- Anger management
- Basic parenting skills
- Daily living skills
- Social skills
- Teaching or training youth, adults and families
Individuals and families connect with us when someone is in need of compassionate, supportive and rehabilitative care due to physical or intellectual disability, dementia, brain injury or other disability. We help by creating connections and maintaining independence by working to understand the exact level of support each person may need. Our knowledgeable team partners with families, caregivers service providers and others who all share the goal of creating the best life we can for the people we help.
For more information on Home & Community Services, please contact LaReina Tipping at 920-593-3514 or Email.
AT Home with Dementia: Assistive Technology Support
Our AT Home with Dementia program serves people living with dementia in Brown, Kewaunee and Oconto Counties. Our specialists come into the home and learn about the individual with dementia in an effort to:
- Improve or maintain physical and emotional health
- Improve safety
- Improve independence
- Enhance the care giving experience by reducing stress
- Lengthen the amount of time the person can safely remain in their own home
Assessments are done at no charge.
Our recomendations will focus on adaptive equipment and/or technology that will help support people with dementia and their caregivers. We will also recomend other community resources, depending on your unique circumstances.
For more information please contact LaReina Tipping: Email or 920-593-3514.