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Local: (262) 544-0687
238 W Broadway
Waukesha, WI 53186

Developing Independent Living Skill Through Training & In-Home Care

Promote independent living skills through specialized training and in-home care. The staff from Supportive Home Living Services, Inc. in Waukesha, Wisconsin, offers services and programs for adults with developmental disabilities, mental health needs, and long-term disorders. We work closely with family members, case managers, and social workers to ensure our programs enable every client to reach his or her highest level of independence with dignity and confidentiality.

Man and Woman in Kitchen

Specialized Care for:

• Mental Health Needs
• Behavioral Challenges
• Dual Diagnosis
• Traumatic Brain Injury
• Physical Disabilities
• Developmental Disabilities

  
Supportive Home Care
Designed to support independent living, this program is specifically for adults who live in their own home. Participants must have the ability to live alone or with a roommate. We help the client locate and furnish his or her home, making sure the person is caring for his or her residence and their personal needs. We also help with grocery shopping, meal preparation, nutrition, and money management.

Independent Living Skills

• Cooking Skills
• Daily Living Activities
• Training & Community Integration
• Locating Housing
• Financial Management
• Problem Solving & Conflict Resolution
• Nutrition Information
• Behavioral Management
• Menu Planning & Grocery Shopping

 
Mental Health Support

• Socialization
• Medication Monitoring
• Intensive Supervision of Daily Living Skills
• Support Relating to Need Assessments

  
Health Promotion Programs
Maintaining good health is essential to enjoying a happy life. Our specific activities and services address all aspects of well-being, promoting health by teaching cooking skills, low-impact exercises, and ways to prevent secondary conditions through good nutrition.
 
Group Activity Room
Through a small group setting, we help clients develop hobbies and skills. Our projects include crafts, computer lessons, photography, exercising, and book club meetings.
 
Personal Care

• Feeding
• Transferring
• Medication Monitoring • Bathing, Toileting, & Shaving

  
Recreational Services
Socialization, adventure, and fun are an integral part of everyone's life. We offer group outings several times a week as well as one-on-one socialization.
 
Respite Care
Whether because of illness, personal appointments, or much-needed vacation time, every primary caregiver occasionally needs a break. Our short-term, in-home respite care takes over your daily duties, giving you some time to yourself. It can also be used to see if an individual is ready to move out of the family home.

Contact us to make independence a possibility with independent living skills training and in-home care.