WHERE WE WORK
WHO WE ARE
In 2001 caregivers in Waushara County formed Cooperative Care to provide better wages and benefits to workers while offering superior service to people in our communities who need support. Since then our service area has widened throughout Central Wisconsin and we continue to expand our mission of helping people stay in their homes. The development of our team approach to service delivery began at our headquarters in Wautoma, WI and supports coordination and quality of service.
Our team is currently made up of 55 dedicated caregivers, each with his/her own
experience and talents, providing more than 1,500 service hours per week.
WHO WE ARE
Mail: P.O. Box 620
Wautoma, WI 54982
We are dedicated to providing care that encourages independence, protects privacy
and allows our clients to safely experience rich and fulfilling lives in the comforts of
Team leaders will coordinate schedules and monitor the quality of service provided by caregivers. If, for some reason, an established caregiver cannot make it to work, we will arrange for an equally qualified caregiver to provide the same service you have come
When you work with our team, we offer more than peace of mind. We do our best to
match a caregiver based on compatibility, interests and level of support needed. Our friendly staff will sit down with you to discuss the care plan for you or your loved one.
You are empowered to decide the level of care needed.
List of Services
Be more than an employee; become a member owner when you work with Cooperative Care. Ownership enables you to grow professionally with opportunities to serve on committees, run for board of directors and contribute in new and different ways.
We offer full-time, part-time and casual positions. Wages are based on experience and training. Cooperative Care offers a Direct Care Competency (DCC) training program.
COOPERATIVE CARE CAREERS & CONTACT
WHERE WE WORK
Cooperative Care works with families in Waushara, Winnebago, Green Lake, Adams, Fond du Lac and Marquette counties in Wisconsin.
We begin with a complimentary assessment to develop a personalized care plan tailored to meet your family’s unique needs. You can rest assured knowing that your loved one is in the care of highly qualified and trained Supportive Home Care Workers, Personal Care Workers and Certified Nursing Assistants.