Our services offered
Registered nurses (RNs), regardless of specialty or work setting, treat clients, educate clients and the public about various medical conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to clients’ family members.
Personal and Home Health Aides help people who are elderly, disabled, ill, and/or mentally disabled to live in their own homes or in residential care facilities instead of in health facilities or institutions.
The professionals at ANS Home Health Services have ample experience with home safety preventative measures, and can help your loved one avoid a trip to the emergency room.
If you have an elderly loved one who you’re worried about, consider hiring an in-home care expert to help manage your loved one’s medication. Medication management can help your loved one avoid major complications that require trips to the emergency room.
Long Term Care Counseling
At ANS we recognize that meeting the care management needs of aging parents or loved ones can be an overwhelming experience. We have a network of resources and partnerships to assist families in Long Term Care planning.
Rehabilitative care is a critical component of wellness for older adults, and it may also play a role in recovery for individuals who have sustained serious injuries or those who suffer from disabling conditions like chronic pain or heart disease.
Medical social services
Specifically Medical Social Workers can help people cope with issues in their everyday lives, deal with their relationships, and assist the client with finding resolutions to personal and family problems.
As individuals grow older, their needs and lifestyles change. Case Management is a collaborative approach to assessment, planning, and coordination of services designed to meet the social and health needs of aging and disabled adults.
ANS’ Guardianship Services provides person centered support to people who are aging or have a disability that impairs their ability to make informed decisions.
Personal Care Workers (PCW’s) help people who are elderly, disabled, ill and/or mentally disabled to live in their own homes or in residential care facilities instead of in health facilities or institutions.
ANS Home Health Services works with a variety of payor sources to ensure your homecare needs are covered.
ABOUT ANS HOME HEALTH SERVICES
ANS Home Health Services, Inc. is a family owned and operated agency that currently provides Home Health, Case Management and Long Term Care Counseling to over 1,000 clients throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.
ANS was founded in August 1989. We opened our doors as Affiliated Nursing Services and provided staffing for hospitals and nursing homes along with private pay in home services. ANS started to get an overwhelming amount of requests for in home services some of which we were unable to accommodate without a license. So in 1995 we obtained licensing through the state of Wisconsin as a Home Health Care Agency. The demand for in home services was so great that we phased out facility staffing to focus on in home care and at that time changed our name to ANS Home Health Services, Inc.
To be the leading home health provider in Southeastern Wisconsin known for quality, integrity, respect and trust.
Our Mission Statement
To enrich and empower the lives of every client we serve.
BLOG / LATEST NEWS
May is Stroke Awareness Month. Surprisingly, strokes are a leading cause of long-term disability in the U.S. The odds may seem are high, but surprisingly 80% of all strokes can be prevented. By eating right, ensuring your blood pressure is in range, maintaining a healthy weight and exercising are just a few of the ways[…]
The risk of diabetes is typically elevated among the elderly, in part because senior citizens may be less likely to be physically active and more likely to gain weight. Although diabetes places seniors at an increased risk of numerous health complications, it is possible to live life well with diabetes.Skilled nursing services from a home[…]
For seniors living at home with the help of home health professionals in Milwaukee, occupational therapy can promote independence and reduce the frequency of emergency room visits caused by accidents at home. Occupational therapy is similar to physical therapy, though it focuses primarily on task-specific goals rather than overall strength and mobility. If you or[…]
Do you have a loved one who needs regular medical care? The good news is that you have an option other than putting him or her in a nursing facility. Home health care from an RN lets your loved one stay in the comfortable, familiar surroundings of home without compromising his or her care. With[…]
YOUR GUIDE TO HOME CARE Navigating Home Care in the 21 st Century At ANS, we understand how important home care is—it provides individuals with the professional care they need in the comfort of their own homes. We also know how overwhelming this type of care can be for those who are new to it. In order to help people[…]