|204 South Hamilton Street
Madison, WI 53703 USA
Voice: (608) 255-7060
FAX: (608) 255-7064
Who Is WAHSA?The Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (WAHSA) is a statewide membership organization of not-for-profit corporations principally serving seniors and persons with a disability. Membership is comprised of 197 religious, fraternal, private and governmental organizations which own, operate and/or sponsor 198 nursing homes, 22 facilities for the developmentally disabled, 47 residential care apartment complexes, 68 community-based residential facilities, 104 independent living facilities, and more than 310 community service agencies which provide programs such as Alzheimer’s support, adult day care, child day care, home health, hospice, homecare, and Meals on Wheels.
WAHSA's MissionWAHSA enhances not-for-profit members' dedication to excellence by providing programs and services to assist members in meeting the needs of elderly and disabled individuals. WAHSA demonstrates a caring commitment to the highest quality of life and greatest independence for each individual served.
WAHSA's Core Values
- WAHSA is a mission driven, not-for-profit member supported, statewide association serving as a leader in advancing the field of long-term care through advocacy, education, and the development of collaborative strategies for its members and the general public.
- WAHSA strives to be a visionary force whose unified voice advocates within the political and regulatory process in order to advance the development of a comprehensive long term care delivery system for the future.
- WAHSA's leadership encourages its members to achieve excellence in the delivery of services to the elderly by adhering to the highest ethical standards of practice.
- WAHSA acknowledges the broad range of individual needs and opinions and provides a forum to foster member empowerment and peer support.
- WAHSA serves as a resource to its individual members, assists in problem resolution, and offers/develops services and programs to meet member needs.
WAHSA's Not-for-Profit PhilosophyWAHSA recognizes that not-for-profit facilities are community based, community owned, and community accountable. WAHSA promotes the community responsiveness inherent in the philosophy of all nonprofit facilities. The Association is dedicated to the development of a continuum of care which meets the physical, spiritual, emotional, and social needs of aging persons while providing each individual with options and a means of achieving maximum independence. WAHSA encourages its members to achieve high professional standards and provide innovative approaches to the delivery of quality services which are both effective and efficient, and which result in the enhancement and enrichment of the lives of those served.
WAHSA -- Dedicated to ExcellenceWAHSA enhances not-for-profit members' dedication to excellence in providing programs and services to assist members in meeting the needs of the elderly and disabled.
WAHSA -- A Caring CommitmentWAHSA demonstrates a caring commitment to the highest quality of life and greatest independence for each individual served.
WAHSA -- A Tradition of Excellence
Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging
204 South Hamilton Street
Madison, WI 53703
Telephone: (608)255-7060 FAX:(608)255-7064