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Home Care in Franklin, WI

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Our in-home care services in Franklin, Wisconsin allow your elderly loved one to enjoy the comfort of their home while getting the support they need. Right at Home — Milwaukee caregivers can visit your loved one anywhere in Franklin to provide a variety of supportive services.

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(414) 877-1795

2022 Caring Super Star Winner

Proud winner of the 2022 Caring Super Star Award

Senior Home Care Services in Franklin


Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care

Individuals with Alzheimer’s and dementia may struggle to handle daily activities on their own. Our Franklin caregivers are trained in dementia care and can help your loved one with tasks like meal planning and preparation, driving, and errands.

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Companion Care & Homemaking

Social interactions are crucial for outlook and overall mood. Our caregivers in Franklin can provide companion care and help with home-making activities like light cleaning and meal preparation.

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Senior Health Reminders

Your elderly loved one may need help remembering to take their medications, eat nutritious meals, exercise, and otherwise care for themselves. Our Franklin caregivers can provide health reminders and assistance with these tasks.

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Our caregivers in Franklin, Wisconsin can help your elderly loved one with hygiene activities from the comfort of their own home.

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Physical Assistance

As your loved one ages, a variety of physical activities may become more difficult. Our Franklin caregivers can help your elderly loved one complete these challenging tasks.

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Award Winning Home Care

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2022 Caring Super Star
Our caregivers stand out as exemplary assets and an integral part of Right At Home. Nothing signifies this better than receiving the 2022 Caring Super Star Award from Caring.com, the third year we have received this award. This award is presented to home care offices who have outstanding ratings and reviews from their clients and their families.
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2022 Employer of Choice

Being recognized as a Best of Home Care - Employer of Choice, for multiple years in the Milwaukee area, demonstrates our commitment to hiring excellent caregivers and providing them with the ongoing training and support they need to succeed. 

  • We provide our caregivers with ongoing training & support
  • We conduct background checks
  • We match the right caregiver with the right client
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2022 Provider of Choice

Being recognized as a Best of Home Care - Provider of Choice, for multiple years in the Milwaukee area, demonstrates our commitment to our clients' satisfaction by providing them with quality in-home care. When you select us as your provider, you can be assured:

  • Our caregivers are thoughtful and on time
  • We provide our services as promised
  • We have a proven commitment to our client's overall quality of care

Hear from Clients We’ve Served in Franklin

“I have used Right at Home for my mother's care since she can no longer take care of herself. I do not live close to her so I found this service to be exceptional in helping my mom out on a daily basis. They are at her home to give her her medications, prepare her meals, help her dress, bathe, remember to use her walker, clean her house and wash her clothes. They also spend lots of time talking with her and playing music that she enjoys listening and singing to. She has the same couple of caregivers on a daily basis, and is so happy when they are there. The home office staff visits her home weekly and is in contact with me regularly. If I need to speak to them, it is never a problem getting in touch with them. Being so far from my mom, Right at Home has truly given me peace of mind with her daily care.”

Daughter of a current client in Franklin, WI

“The care for my mother included needing help getting meals ready, they spent time with her, and made sure she had lunch. They were very good. They were very considerate, kept me informed of everything with my mother, and they were just such pleasant people.”

Daughter of a former client in Franklin, WI

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Meet Some of Our Franklin Caregivers!

Meet Linda

Hi! I’m Linda! I have volunteered at South Milwaukee and Oak Creek Interfaith Programs. I’ve also been a family caregiver for over 5 years. I have additionally enjoyed volunteering at local schools and daycares. I have experience with dementia, childcare, cooking, reading, and interactive activities. As a caregiver I have learned that every human being deserves to be treated in a caring and compassionate manner. Respect for the Life that God has provided. My hobbies include gardening, cooking, and spending time with my grandchildren. My client’s families can count on me to be reliable, compassionate, and to provide care while having positive interactions and conversations. My personality is best described as patient, compassionate, and fun. The more I know about my clients, the better care I can provide. When I’m not working, I’m usually cooking, reading, being with my grandkids, and or doing puzzles.

A Franklin, Wisconsin female caregiver named Linda. A Franklin, Wisconsin female caregiver named Linda.

Meet Lindie

Hi! I’m Lindie! I have almost 20 years’ experience in the healthcare field, working for different types of facilities such as nursing homes, rehab centers, assisted living, group homes, and 1:1 in client’s homes. I have worked with many different specialties such as Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, mentally handicapped (cognition), MS, cancers, spina bifida, CP, and more. As a caregiver I have learned I am right where I need to be and enjoy helping others feel like they matter and feel loved. My hobbies include cooking, canvas painting, swimming, and gardening. My client’s families can count on me to be very dependable. I hope that at the end of each and every shift, my clients and their loved ones feel that they were cared about and that all their needs were met fully. My personality is best described as kind, outgoing, passionate, funny, and happy.

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Right at Home’s mission is simple...to improve the quality of life for those we serve. We accomplish this by providing the Right Care, and we deliver this brand promise each and every day around the world. However, we couldn’t do it without having the Right People. Our care teams are passionate about serving our clients and are committed to providing the personal care and attention of a friend, whenever and wherever it is needed.

That’s where you come in. Right at Home is always looking for qualified individuals and caregivers. Right at Home has immediate openings for Companion Caregivers, Personal Care Assistants, and Personal Caregivers. If you’re looking for a rewarding career, join the Right at Home team!

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Franklin Senior Resources

Right at Home — Milwaukee

(414) 877-1795 - Our senior caregivers in Franklin, Wisconsin can provide transportation services, as well as help with errands such as grocery shopping.


First Transit

(414) 817-9800


GO Pass

(414) 289-5800 - The Milwaukee County GO Pass is available to eligible seniors in Franklin, Wisconsin. The GO Pass allows riders unlimited rides for $2 per day. Eligible individuals can sign up for the GO Pass at the Milwaukee County Aging and Disability Resource Centers (1220 W Vliet St, 3rd floor) between the hours of 9 am and 2 pm, Monday through Friday.


In Time & On Time Transportation

(414) 737-1504


Transit Plus

(414) 343-1700 - Transit Plus provides van rides to eligible seniors anywhere in Milwaukee Country. Rides must be scheduled in advance and cost $4 each way.


MCDA Transportation

(414) 289-6874 - Individuals over 60 years of age can request transit van rides for medical and dental appointments at a rate of $3 each way. Free rides to specific locations are available. Once enrolled, you can call (414) 847-2744 to schedule a ride.



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Disabled American Veterans Shuttle Service

(414) 384 2000 x 45715 - The Disabled American Veterans shuttle service provides rides to veterans.


Eras Senior Network Volunteer Drivers

(414) 488-6500

Right at Home — Milwaukee

(414) 877-1795 - Our Franklin, Wisconsin senior home caregivers can help your loved one with meal planning and preparation in addition to grocery shopping.


Franklin Senior Dining

(414) 427-7696 - The Franklin City Hall Community Room (9229 W. Loomis Road) hosts Senior Dining. Seniors are asked to contribute $3 per meal. However, those with hardships may contribute what they can.


Meals on Wheels

The Meals on Wheels Program provides hot, nutritious noon meals Monday through Friday for eligible seniors over 60 years old.


Hunger Task Force

(414) 777-0483


Mobile Market

Hunger Task Force & Piggly Wiggly partner on a grocery store on wheels that travels through Milwaukee neighborhoods and communities that have limited access to fresh and healthy foods. View the Mobile Market Schedule.


Senior Farmers Market Vouchers

Hunger Task Force provides seniors with a $25 voucher to purchase fresh produce from local farmers’ markets. Vouchers are distributed in July annually.



Hunger Task Force provides a free box of healthy food items for individuals over the age of 60 whose income is not above a specific threshold. You can apply by calling Rick Lewandowski at 414-777-0483 or IMPACT at 211.

What are stroke warning signs?

Use FAST to remember stroke warning signs.

  • Face drooping. Ask your loved one to smile — do one or both sides of the face droop?
  • Arm weakness. Lift both arms — can they be held above the head or do one or both drop down?
  • Slurred speech. Try repeating an easy phrase — is speech inaudible?
  • Time to call 9-1-1. Don’t wait! Call 9-1-1 immediately. Do not try to drive your loved one — ambulance technicians can diagnose a stroke and begin life-saving treatment on the way to the hospital.

Learn more about the early warning signs of a stroke and what to do if you believe a loved one is having a stroke.

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FAQs About In-home Care Services in Franklin, WA

In-home care seeks to meet individuals where they are at. Today, it is much more common for elderly individuals to maintain their independence in their senior years. Staying at home can help continue that sense of freedom, but presents safety concerns for the individual. Senior in-home care provides a solution that allows an individual to maintain their independence, while also getting the support they need with meals, transportation, and other daily activities.

Some seniors don’t like the reduction of freedom that comes with moving into a senior living facility or retirement home. It can also become more difficult to visit with family members or complete daily activities with independence. In-home care ensures seniors still get the support they need, where they’re most comfortable.

Discussing senior home care can be a difficult subject. It’s important to approach the conversation with your loved one the right way. It’s never a good idea to become accusatory or aggressive. This period of change, including losing some freedom they used to enjoy, can be a bit scary for some seniors. It’s important to approach the conversation with empathy.

It’s a good idea to ask your loved one how they feel. Explore what’s most important to your loved one, and be sure to hear them out. As much as you may want to jump in and help, it’s key to respect their desires. If you observe behaviors that may indicate safety concerns, it’s important to ensure your loved one gets help, without overstepping your bounds. Try to avoid telling a loved one what you think they need, and instead offer to help with their concerns.

As individuals age, it can become more difficult to complete daily tasks alone. If your loved one is no longer able to feed themselves, get dressed, go to the store alone, or handle other necessities, it may be time to involve the Franklin, Wisconsin senior home care team at Right at Home.

Explore more signs your elderly loved one may need additional help.

While you may expect some changes in your elderly loved one as they age, certain differences can point to dementia or Alzheimer’s. When you notice these, it’s important to help your loved one get support.

Early dementia warning signs may include:

  • Repetitive memory loss, especially forgetting what month or season it is
  • Inability to make plans or problem solve
  • Difficulty completing daily activities
  • Struggling to communicate their thoughts
  • Drastic mood changes or sudden apathy

Learn more about the early warning signs of dementia and how to support your loved one.

Our trained caregivers can visit your loved one in Bayside, Brown Deer, Cudahy, Fox Point, Franklin, Greendale, Greenfield, Milwaukee, Oak Creek, River Hills, Saint Francis, South Milwaukee, Shorewood, Union Church, Wauwatosa, West Milwaukee, Whitefish Bay


Interested in creating your custom care plan for a loved one in Franklin, Wisconsin?

Get in touch with Right at Home — Milwaukee to begin your journey. (414) 877-1795

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