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Enhancing Elder Care: Premiere Home Health Care Services

We’re among Wisconsin’s leading assisted living agencies helping families and assisted living facilities find private caregivers. Our focus: Superior home care for your loved ones with home health care services. 

Home Health Care Services

Do you want your loved one to have more personalized OR convenient NURSING care in their assisted living facility?

Let us come to them!  We can give them the individualized medical care and non-medical care they deserve, whether that is managing chronic conditions or helping with daily activities. 

At Sequoia, we understand the importance of aging in place.  We are happy to help you and your loved ones!

Integrative Health

Convenience at
your door!

Save time and effort by eliminating travel to a healthcare facility.  We make it more convenient for your loved ones, especially those with mobility limitations, transportation challenges, or busy schedules.

Families looking for private caregivers

Comprehensive care for chronic conditions

Receive specialized care from our skilled nurses, tailored to your specific chronic condition, helping you effectively minimize symptoms, remain self-sufficient, and enhance your overall well-being.

Home Health Care Agencies

Telehealth services
from your device

Access high-quality medical services remotely, reducing the need for in-person visits. Benefit from virtual consultations, prescriptions, and follow-ups — saving time, travel costs, and ensuring continuity of care.

Experience our premiere home health care services, tailored right for you.


We come to you!


24/7 on-call availability


We work with your insurance


We provide chronic care management


We provide remote patient monitoring systems


We offer Telehealth Services


YES! Sequoia accepts Medicaid, Medicare, as well as private pay and long-term care insurance. We are dedicated to working with your insurance to find the best care for you at a reasonable cost!

If you have specific questions about what your policy covers, or to see if you qualify for a different policy, contact Jan Bosin, a Licensed Independent Insurance Agent. Jan specializes in Medicare and Health Insurance. We want to be sure that when our clinical staff is asked questions regarding a patient’s health insurance, we can refer them to a specialist who can confidently address those concerns.

Please contact Jan if you have any questions about what you or your loved one may qualify for!

Call or text: 920.585.1538

You can contact us here on the website, or call us directly at (920) 422-7402.  Katelyn Wery, LPN, our Clinical Supervisor and Director of Admissions, will help you put together a personalized care plan tailored to your loved one’s individual needs and type of care required. She can answer your questions and get you started on the necessary paperwork. Our office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm. 

Our team of skilled nursing professionals visit a long list of assisted living facilities. We aim to ensure that every resident receives the quality care and benefits of home health care they deserve, enhancing their quality of life

If you do not see your chosen assisted living facility on this list, feel welcome to contact us. Once we have a referral from a family for a specific facility location, we can contact that assisted living facility and start the process to service your loved one there.





Ancho Communities-Fox Lake and Brandon

Angels Touch

Bay Harbor – Beaver Dam

Bay Harbor – Ripon

Bay Harbor – Suamico

Bella Vista

Bethel Menasha

Bethel Ripon

Caraton Commons of De Pere & Green Bay

Centennial Inn

Century Ridge of Chilton

Darboy Assisted Living

Dimension Appleton

Dimensions Green Bay

Field Crest Manor

Garrow Villa

Lincoln House

Living Tree

Magnolia Meadows

Marvin’s Manor


Meadowview Estates

Misty Arbor

Patient Pines

Patriot Place

Prairie Ridge of Beaver Dam

Prairie Ridge of Mayville

Prairie Ridge of Waupun

Preston Place

Shiloh Appleton

Sterling House

The Meadows of Fall River

The Shores of Sheboygan


Telehealth refers to healthcare delivered via electronic communication and information technology. Video conferencing, phone calls, and messaging apps let healthcare providers engage with patients remotely.

Telehealth can be used for a wide range of healthcare services, including primary care, mental health services, specialist consultations, and follow-up care. However, it is important to note that telehealth may not be appropriate for all healthcare needs, and in some cases, in-person care may be necessary.

At Sequoia, we prefer to see you in person to continue to develop a strong relationship and ensure the best quality of care. However, we understand certain circumstances may call for a Telehealth session.

At Sequoia, we always want to establish the best communication between all of a patient’s Wisconsin medical services or other providers to ensure complete and seamless care. As long as there is a HIPAA acknowledgment and consent form with any other medical groups, we can communicate. We work with the facility and the patient’s decision-makers to collaborate on continuity of care.

As of right now, due to safety concerns and timing challenges, we do not visit patients directly in homes or in nursing homes. In the future, we may offer our services to those locations, but at this time, we are servicing patients in assisted living facilities only.

You can contact us here on the website, or call us directly at (920) 422-7402. Katelyn Wery, LPN, our Clinical Supervisor and Director of Admissions, will help you. All care is scheduled based on the patient’s needs.

Our nursing staff always calls the family within 48 hours of seeing the patient to provide any necessary updates.  Any changes to their care plan, as well as the type of care provided, is communicated.

For those who resist care or have trouble communicating, we rely heavily on other communication methods, such as body language and other nonverbal signs to determine the next steps. We work very closely with our patient’s other caregivers and assisted living staff, as well as their families, POA’s, and other guardians who know them well to help treat the needs of those patients.  At times, patients can be resistant to care, and in these times, it’s best to truly investigate what is causing this behavior. Sometimes it’s simply a new environment; other times, it’s medically something wrong and needs to be treated.  

Our providers make routine visits every 30 days.  Some facilities or specific patients are visited more often according to the patient’s care needs.

Contact us today!