Assistance YOU Choose. The Life YOU Want.

We integrate fiscal tools with community living resources to empower people of all ages across all types of disabilities to reach their potential.

Effective November 2, 2020 the Wisconsin Department of Human Services is requiring EVV use for Medicaid covered personal care and supportive home care services. EVV, Electronic Visit Verification, is an electronic system that uses technologies (mobile phone app, a landline or a small digital device) to verify that authorized services were provided. Workers will be required to send information at the beginning and end of each visit, in addition to submitting their paper timesheet, to an EVV system.

What We Do

Fiscal Assistance offers Representative Payee Services as well as Employer Agent Services to individuals with long term care needs or disabilities.

Employer Agent (EA) Services

We help you easily & legally hire caregivers of your choice. Explore how self-directed services can enable an independent life.

Representative Payee Services

We manage your Social Security or SSI benefits on your behalf. We receive your bills, write checks, and provide annual reporting to the Social Security Administration to help you maintain your eligibility.

Our Core Values

Our core values guide our day-to-day operations and communications:

  1. Quality

    We provide the highest quality fiscal supports to people with disabilities and aging adults, their families and support teams.  We strive for excellence in everything we do.

  1. Collaboration

    We know that the key to a member’s success in independent living is the collaboration among the support team, so we provide the fiscal tools to assist in making those decisions.

  1. Kindness & Respect

    We believe each member is an individual and deserves the right to live in dignity and thrive in the mainstream of society.

“Partnering with FA was critical to the growth of the SDS program in Dane County. The flexibility to meet the needs of the system while maintaining the personal contact with our participants allowed the program to grow from 25 participants to 1200.

Dan Rossiter, Dane County Human Services (ret.)

Protecting Yourself During a Home Visit

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has created a new fact sheet that is provides guidance for patients who receive in-home visits on how to protect themselves, their family members, and their caregiver from COVID-19.

Sign Up For Our Caregiver Registry

Are you a qualified caregiver interested in registering with our directory?